Confidentiality: Vows of silence

Victor Cardona and James Villanueva review recent US treatment of NDAs ‘An NDA can potentially provide the disclosing party with the assurance that a confidential relationship has been created and that discussions with receiving parties will not be made public without the disclosing party’s permission.’ When one company considers entering into a business relationship with …
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Cases Referenced

  • Canaan Taiwanese Christian Church v All World Mission Ministries [2012] 211 Cal App 4th 1115
  • Convolve Inc v Compaq Computer Corp [2013] No 2012-1074, 2013 WL 3285331
  • Faigin v Signature Group Holdings Inc [2012] 211 Cal App 4th 726
  • Hill v State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co [2008] 166 Cal App 4th 1438
  • Windsor Pacific LLC v Samwood Co Inc [2013] 213 Cal App 4th 263