My previous posting examined three issues relating to confidentiality obligations in an outsourcing agreement where care and attention may be needed to ensure that the parties achieve the results they are intending. I want to continue along the same path in today’s posting, looking at four more issues relating to confidentiality obligations in outsourcing agreements that the customer or the service provider do not always get right.
4. Restrictions on the disclosure and use of Confidential Information
Confidentiality obligations frequently limit the ability of a party to use or disclose the confidential information of the other party in terms similar . . . [more]