Employee Non Disclosure And Confidentiality Agreement

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A US-based Employee Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement for you to download for free.

This agreement can be set up between an employee and a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, limited partnership or limited liability partnership.

With this agreement, the employee agrees that in the event the employee must download, access, process, transfer or otherwise communicate confidential information, the employee will comply with all laws and regulations applicable to exports and re-exports of data and information and will not, directly or indirectly, export or re-export any confidential information.

The agreement contains the following details:
  1. The definition of confidential information.
  2. Exclusions to confidential information.
  3. Obligations to maintain confidentiality.
  4. Disclaimer.
  5. Remedies.
  6. Notices.
  7. Termination.
  8. Amendment.
  9. Jurisdiction.
  10. No offer or sale.
  11. Entire agreement.
  12. Miscellaneous.
This template is the perfect framework to discuss with your employee and lawyer to be able to setup your own detailed non-disclosure and confidentiality agreement.

Nothing on this site shall be considered legal advice and no attorney-client relationship is established.

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