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Is it standard for a non-disclosure agreement to contain liability limitations (eg for loss of information and/or breach) and what arguments could be used to seek to remove any such provisions added by another party?

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Published on LexisPSL on 18/06/2021

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  • Is it standard for a non-disclosure agreement to contain liability limitations (eg for loss of information and/or breach) and what arguments could be used to seek to remove any such provisions added by another party?

Is it standard for a non-disclosure agreement to contain liability limitations (eg for loss of information and/or breach) and what arguments could be used to seek to remove any such provisions added by another party?

A non-disclosure agreement or confidentiality agreement is used where one or more parties wish to share confidential information. The parties expressly agree to keep the information confidential. See: Confidential information—overview.

In situations where the recipient seeks to impose liability limitations, you

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