I’ve uploaded a new version of the confidentiality-agreement template. It reflects the following not-earth-shattering changes:
@bradleybclark pointed out that in one bit of questionnaire guidance I had repeated a few words a few words.
Thanks to another user, I learned that in one integrated definition the defined-term parenthetical was missing the closing quotation marks and closing parenthesis. (When you’re dealing with a complex template, it’s easy to miss something that looks glaringly obvious in the output document.)
And @timhadley thought the following overly broad (the brackets indicate language that’s specific to Tim’s output document):
Nondisclosure of Restricted Information. [The Company] shall not disclose to [the Consultant] or any of [its] Representatives any information if [the Company] has a duty to any other Person to keep that information confidential or is required by law to keep that information confidential.
So I came up with the following:
Nondisclosure of Restricted Information. [The Company] shall not disclose to [the Consultant] or any of [its] Representatives any information if doing so would cause [the Company] to breach a duty to any other Person to keep that information confidential or would cause [the Company] to violate any law or any order of a Government Body.
Although I can’t promise perfection, I can promise vigilance, as well as tweaks that aim for perfection. Users, keep that feedback coming.