Drafting Confidentiality Provisions & Non-Disclosure Agreements

  • 1:00 PM - 3:45 PM
  • Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • By: New York City Bar Association
  • New York City Bar Association
  • Source: Misc Natonal Sites
  • Legal Skills

Confidentiality provisions are ubiquitous. They can appear as the subject of free-standing confidentiality agreements, or as material terms or "boilerplate" in such common contracts as employment agreements, merger and acquisition documents, partnership, LLC, and shareholder agreements, contracts for real estate and personal property, sales and service agreements, and licensing, distribution, and franchise agreements. Indeed, the confidentiality agreement is often the very first document to be negotiated in a significant transaction. Attorneys who draft or fail to correct problematic confidentiality provisions may, if representing the disclosing party, risk exposing their client's confidential information to the dangers of public disclosure or, if representing the receiving party, risk causing their client to incur unnecessary and often disabling restrictions and lost opportunities. This practical program will show you how to draft effective and enforceable confidentiality provisions, as well as how to prepare and review stand-alone non-disclosure agreements.

  • CLE Credit Comments: CLE Credit: New York, New Jersey & California: 3.0 skills. This live program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys. This program has been approved for MCLE credit in other MCLE jurisdictions. Credit breakdown for other jurisdictions will be available at the program. In accordance with the New York CLE Board's Regulations and Guidelines, if you attended this program in the past you may not be permitted to apply the CLE credit for this program to fulfill your current CLE requirements.
  • Contact:
    City Bar Center For CLE
    City Bar Center for CLE
  • Website: www.abcny2.org