Agreement For Exchange Of Confidential Information

An NDA is used to demonstrate an agreement to limit the disclosure of certain confidentially exchanged information for research purposes. Cornell Patentable ideas and technology can only be shared by Cornell s Center for Technology Licensing. If a Cornell employee wishes to receive confidential information and the proposed transaction meets certain requirements, he or she may use the individual standard non-disclosure agreement without going through OSP. The NDA is frequently used when parties must consider cooperating and exchanging confidential information in order to assess a potential commercial/research relationship. NDAs are also referred to as confidentiality agreements (CA), confidential disclosure agreements (CDAs), proprietary information agreements (PIA) or confidentiality agreements (SA). Examples of information covered by an NDA include confidential information, proprietary information and patentable ideas. If researchers wish to enter an NDA and the conditions for using the individual standard NDA are not met, they should contact the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) in osp_nda@cornell.edu. The PSO is responsible for concluding all other research-related confidentiality agreements. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and Google`s privacy rules and terms of use apply. A copy of the Standard Non-Disclosure Form (NDA) is available here. The email address cannot be subscribed. Please, do it again.

Learn more about FindLaw`s newsletter, including our terms of use and privacy rules.