Confidentiality agreements generally contain a choice of law clause that expressly states that the law of the state of the public party applies. Both parties should consider the laws of the state that apply in the event of legal disputes. If this is the case, such clauses are enforceable in the courts if the law is proportionate to the agreement itself and if the public order of the court is not contrary to the purpose of the agreement. It may be important that confidential information is disclosed for any purpose and that this objective is not limited by the agreement. Most confidentiality agreements contain clauses prohibiting both parties from transferring the agreement to another person. However, the clause can sometimes allow the recipient party to transfer the agreement to another person without first having to obtain the consent of the revealing party. (a) The recipient receives and manages all confidential information provided to or provided to him by the Discloser, with strict security, and uses it only for purposes and communicates it only to persons who are officers, employees or auxiliaries of the recipient to whom it is essential, in order to accomplish the objective, to disclose the same thing, provided that these persons agree to be bound by the terms of this agreement. The confidential agreement must be appropriate to be implemented. The courts will consider several factors, including the interests of the public and recipients, the duration of the confidentiality of the information, the relationship between the parties and the interests of the public. The document will clarify that the exclusions from the agreement contain information that is: The section „Exclusions of confidential information“ excludes certain categories of information as non-confidential, which protects the receiving party of this information from the need to protect it in the future. The „Commitment to the Receiving Party“ section explains what some parties can do with the information provided by the receiving party. A confidentiality agreement may be opposed to a waiver of confidentiality, in which the parties concerned waive guarantees of confidentiality.

(d) this agreement constitutes the whole agreement between the parties with respect to the purpose of this agreement and replaces all agreements, negotiations, previous agreements, written or orally, expressly or implicitly, in relation to this agreement. The „periods“ and „different“ sections use simple language to cover the duration of the agreement and all other issues deemed important.