Confidentiality Agreement In Spanish

    A model confidentiality agreement (also known as a confidentiality agreement) that aims to protect certain sensitive information (financial details, trade secrets or technology) presented as part of the negotiation process between companies. It is normally used in negotiations that precede the conclusion of distribution, licensing, technology transfer, franchise, manufacturing, joint venture and merger and acquisition agreements and, more generally, for all commercial agreements that may involve a prior exchange of confidential information. This agreement can be used to protect confidential information, both in national and international negotiations. Once the parties have been identified and the nature of the negotiations they are conducting, the information that is considered confidential and the commitments that must be made to preserve confidentiality, as well as the exceptions that may apply, are established. The parties are required to maintain confidentiality during the negotiation process and during a follow-up period defined in the agreement. The purpose of this type of agreement is to ensure that the other party does not benefit from the information received or to prevent it from transmitting the above information to the competition in the event of failure of the negotiations. . . .