This article posted to our partner site discusses the Scott & Associates Engineering Ltd. v. Finavera Renewables Inc. In the article they highlight the importance of not only stating what can’t be disclosed in an NDA but also what is excluded from confidentiality. The author highlights how confidential information can be construed, discusses how not all information is subject to the NDA and how the NDA should also include what can be disclosed, as well as liability for breaking an NDA.


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