By Richard Harroch In: Starting a Business Starting a business entails understanding and dealing with many issues—legal, financing, sales and marketing, intellectual property protection, liability protection, human resources, and more. But interest in entrepreneurship is at an all-time high.
This agreement sets forth the definition of confidential information and the recipient agrees to hold this information in strict confidence. This agreement also contains provisions regarding the use and return of confidential information and the term of this agreement.
This Business Plan Confidentiality Agreement must be signed by the company and the recipient.
Confidential Information The term "Confidential Information" shall mean any and all information or material that has or could have commercial value or utility in the business of the Company, including but not limited to Business Plan relating to the business of the Company, whether communicated in writing, orally, electronically, photographically, or in recorded or any other form.
Non-Disclosure The Recipient covenants and agrees that it shall have the affirmative obligation to: This Section shall survive and continue after any expiration or termination of this Agreement and shall bind Recipient, its employees, agents, representatives, successors, heirs and assigns.
Exceptions to Confidential Information The Recipient shall not be restricted from disclosing or using Confidential Information that: Recipient shall disclose the Confidential Information received under this Agreement to any person within its organization only if such persons have a need to know.
Recipient shall advise each person to whom disclosure is permitted that such information is the confidential and proprietary property of the Company and may not be disclosed to others or used for own purpose. Notice of Disclosure In the event that the Recipient receives a request or is required by deposition, interrogatory, request for documents, subpoena, civil investigative demand or similar process to disclose all or any part of the Confidential Information, the Recipient agrees, if legally permissible, to a promptly notify the Company of the existence, terms and circumstances surrounding such request or requirement, b consult with the Company on the advisability of taking legally available steps to resist or narrow such request or requirement and c assist the Company in seeking a protective order or other appropriate remedy; provided, however, that the Recipient shall not be required to take any action in violation of applicable laws.
Return of Confidential Information Upon request from the Company or upon termination of negotiations and evaluations between the parties, Recipient will promptly deliver to Company all originals and copies of all documents, records, software programs, media and other materials containing any Confidential Information.
Recipient shall also return to Company all equipment, files, software programs and other personal property belonging to Company. Recipient shall not be permitted to make, retain, or distribute copies of any Confidential Information and shall not create any other documents, records, or materials in any form whatsoever that includes the Confidential Information.
Indemnification Recipient agrees to indemnify and keep the Company at all times fully and effectively indemnified in respect of any and all claims, demands, losses, damages, liabilities, costs and or expenses of any kind whatsoever incurred by the Company which arise out of or in connection with any breach of this Agreement by the Recipient.
Notice Any notice provided for in this Agreement must be in writing and must be either personally delivered, mailed by first class mail postage prepaid and return receipt requested or sent by reputable overnight courier service charges prepaid to the Recipient at the address below indicated:Starting a business entails understanding and dealing with many issues—legal, financing, sales and marketing, intellectual property protection, liability protection, human resources, and more.
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This publication discusses common business expenses and explains what is and is not deductible. The general rules for deducting business expenses are discussed in the opening chapter.
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