Employee Non Disclosure Agreement Model

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Non-Disclosure Agreement This Agreement is made as of the day of , 20 ( Effective Date ) by and between , having offices at and Carnegie Mellon University, having offices at 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 ( Carnegie Mellon ).. WHEREAS, for the purpose of furthering a potential research relationship between them, and Carnegie Mellon (collectively referred to as the Parties, and each individually referred to as a Party ) have determined to establish terms governing the use and protection of certain Confidential Information (as defined below) that one Party ( Disclosing Party ) may disclose to the other Party ( Recipient ), which information in the case of relates generally to and in the case of Carnegie Mellon relates generally to .. b) In the event Confidential Information of the other party is lawfully required to be disclosed by any governmental agency or otherwise required to be disclosed by law, it may be so disclosed without violation of this Agreement, but only to the extent required provided however that before making such disclosure, Recipient shall give Disclosing Party reasonable prior written notice of such required disclosure so that Disclosing Party has an opportunity to interpose an objection and/or take action to ensure confidential handling of such information..

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