Maryland Business Law, Contracts: The Importance of Confidentiality in Contracts (“Confidentiality Clause”)
When your business is entering into a contract with another business it is important to include a confidentiality clause in the contract. The other business is likely to become privy to otherwise private information about your business. Your contract should contain a mutual promise clause that ensures both sides will keep confidential any business information that is learned while performing the contract.
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