A client information non-disclosure agreement is used to prevent the unauthorized release of client information to third (3rd) parties. Companies and organizations that obtain sensitive data about their clients will often draft this agreement to prevent staff members from wrongfully disclosing the knowledge they’ve acquired. The information received might include the client’s address, date of birth, phone number, medical history, income, and other sensitive data which could impose a risk to the client if such information were to be released without their knowledge and consent.

Client Information Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)