This article posted to our partner site Mondaq.com discusses some ways in which parties can handle confidential information once an NDA is no longer valid. An NDA may require that the receiving party return all disclosed confidential information to the disclosing party, or else destroy all confidential information received. Alternatively, parties may agree to include some exceptions that allow the receiving party to keep certain confidential information under specified conditions.

 

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