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Simple Confidentiality Agreement
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CONSIDERING: [Company name] and recipient, for their mutual benefit and in the context of a working relationship that has been or may be established, anticipate that [company name] may reveal or provide a working relationship that has been or can be established, anticipate that [company name] documents, components, parts, information, information, drawings, drawings, plans, specifications, plans , specifications, plans, techniques, procedures, software, inventions and other materials, both in writing and orally, of a secret, confidential or proprietary nature, including and without limitation of all information relating to marketing, finance, forecasting, inventions, research, design or development of information systems and any support or random subsystem, as well as all subjects claimed or disclosed in a patent application created or filed by [company name] any changes or additions (“Owner Information” set); and LE [company name] wants to ensure that the confidentiality of all proprietary information is maintained; NOW, THEREFORE, taking into account the above premises, and reciprocal agreements in this context contain [the name of the company] and the recipients hereafter agree: 4. Non-circumvention: If the party that revealed shares business contacts, a circumvention clause prevents the recipient party from circumventing the agreement and making transactions directly or contacting those contacts. The validity of a confidentiality agreement belongs to the person writing the agreement, but the standard period is between two and five years. In addition, there is usually a declaration that the confidentiality agreement will be automatically terminated as soon as the information it protects is made public. Standard Confidentiality Agreement – This agreement is a more traditional agreement that includes what companies would normally expect in a confidentiality agreement, and is more comprehensive than one of the simple agreements mentioned above. It would be appropriate to use the situation in which the recipient of the confidential information is a natural or well-established entity or group of companies. (1) During a period of sixty (60) months from the date of this period, the recipient must maintain trust and trust and not pass them on to others or use them for the benefit of another, all proprietary information disclosed to the recipient by [name of the company] on any date between the date of that and twelve (12) months after. The recipient may only disclose protected persons received under this Contract to persons within his organization if those persons (i) must know and (ii) are required in writing to protect the confidentiality of that proprietary information.

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