5. Circumstances in which the receiving party can legitimately “disclose” confidential information without being considered a violation of the confidentiality obligations imposed by the confidentiality agreement: let us take an example: in an NDA with a Chinese equivalent, it is often counterproductive to rule on the application of Italian jurisdiction and law, since in cases of non-compliance, it is generally necessary to act quickly in China (including in an emergency) and not in an Italian court. In this case, it is advisable to design the NDA with a bilingual English/Chinese text and for arbitration in China, applying Chinese law. A confidentiality agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement, confidentiality agreement or confidentiality agreement, is a synalistic legal record that refers to confidential information and by which the parties agree to keep it secret, in the context of the incident of violation of the agreement and the conduct of certain punitive clauses. 1.2. When protected information is first disclosed in an oral or other form, unwritten or immaterial, the information must be declared confidential or proprietary on that date, and then, within 10 days of the original presentation, it is clearly marked in a confidential or “PROPRIETARY” written down. 4.1. The receiving party is responsible for a duty of confidentiality by employees and advisors involved in negotiations with the public party. 3.1. Article 2.1 obligations do not apply if the receiving party provides evidence that confidential information is confidential: Another sensitive situation is where a party shares lists of customers, representatives or suppliers or other sensitive business information. It is common for the NDA model to be offered by the foreign equivalent and to be available in English or double language (for example.
B English and Chinese). This is a very sensitive subject, as there is no valid solution in all cases and the specifics of the individual confidentiality agreement should be taken into account. 14.3. In the event of nullity, inefficiency or inefficiency of a provision of this agreement or part of it, the rest of it is not affected, provided that the parties now agree to negotiate in good faith to replace this provision or part of it with other valid and effective arrangements with a substantially equivalent effect, taking into account the purpose and objectives of that agreement.