Confidential information

Enforcing the terms of a confidentiality agreement

Legally enforceable obligations to maintain confidence may arise in contract or in equity.  Relief is available against a party who discloses confidential information without authorisation, and in some cases against third party recipients of such information.  In order to enforce a breach of confidence in contract or in equity, the presence of a number of elements must be established. [Read more…]

Is your confidential information really confidential?

The term confidential information is often bandied about in commercial transactions, however it is often inaccurately described.  Because of this, we are often asked to consider whether information that a party is considering disclosing as part of a commercial transaction is actually capable of being kept confidential. [Read more…]

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