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Law of confidence

1. Non-disclosure agreements

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Non-disclosure agreements come in two basic flavours. Unilateral or one-way agreements protect the information of only one of the parties, while mutual or two-way agreements protect the information of both parties. The standard and premium versions of these non-disclosure agreements share the same basic core, but with a few extra optional provisions in the premium documents.

2. Non-disclosure letters

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These letters are, in substance, identical to our unilateral non-disclosure agreements. The differences are purely of form. The letter templates provide that the letter recipient must protect the confidential information of the letter sender, and are flexible enough to be used in a wide range of circumstances.

3. Online non-disclosure agreement (unilateral)

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This online non-disclosure agreement is intended to be published on a website. It is a unilateral agreement, protecting the confidential information disclosed by publishing organisation - but not the confidential information of other party. The other party can accept the agreement by completing and submitting an acceptance form published on the website, or you can define some alternative acceptance method. In editing this non-disclosure ...

4. Specialised non-disclosure agreements

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These templates have been created from our general non-disclosure agreements, with adaptations designed for the particular purposes of the documents - namely, the protection of information disclosed in the context of: (a) discussions regarding an invention; (b) a proposed business venture; (c) pitching of a media concept discussion; and (d) the appointment of a web designer.

5. Confidentiality and non-solicitation agreement (unilateral)

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A business's confidential information may include information enabling others to solicit the business's customers, suppliers, contractor or employees, and thereby cause damage to the business. For this reason, you should consider including specific non-solicitation provisions in your non-disclosure or confidentiality agreement. This is a unilateral (or one-way) template, and so it will only serve to protect the information and business ...

6. Confidentiality and non-solicitation agreement (mutual)

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This agreement template has been designed for the situation where two parties wish to impose both confidentiality and non-solicitation obligations upon each other. In other words, the confidentiality and non-solicitation obligations will be mutual. The confidentiality provisions may restrict not just the disclosure of confidential information, but also the manner of its use. Flexible definitions of "confidential information" are included, allowing for both ...

7. Commission agreements

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Under each of these commission agreement templates, one party will pay the other party commission in relation to a particular event or type of event. For example, commission may be paid in relation to the introduction of a customer by one party to the other. The longer versions of the template also include clauses covering the confidentiality of information and/or the non-solicitation of connected persons.

8. Supply chain cyber security policies

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These cyber security policies should be used by a customer purchasing services and wanting to impose contractual obligations upon the supplier in relation to cyber security. The policies can be adapted to focus on specific risks or to apply general standards. These policies were created and are maintained by Emma Osborn of OCSRC.

9. Data retention policy

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This management-level data retention policy should be used to codify the policies and procedures of an organisation in relation to the archiving and deletion of data. The driving force behind the adoption of many retention policies is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), but the suggested drafting in this document covers non-personal as well as personal data. To make effective use of this ...

10. Referral partner agreement

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Under this referral partner agreement, a service provider may appoint another business to refer customers. In exchange for each referral, the service provider will pay commission to the referral partner. The agreement assumes that the service provider will operate some kind of referral tracking system, and that commission will be payable in respect of customers attributed to the referral partner by that system. There may ...

11. Mutual referral and commission agreement

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Under this mutual referral and commission agreement, each party may refer customers to the other party in consideration for the other party paying commission to the referring party. Limitations may be placed upon the scope of the referral rights. For instance, the rights of the referring party to market the services of the other party may be limited to a particular territory. Alternatively or in ...