Confidential information relating to your business is one of the most important assets that you have.

If you are letting somebody have access to your confidential information as part of a service they provide to you, or as part of a service you provide to them – or if you are considering entering into a new arrangement with a third party and need to share information with them to properly evaluate this, then it is recommended to have a confidentiality agreement in place, before you part with any information.

We can help you protect what’s important to your business.

How we can help

A confidentiality agreement helps your business to protect the secrecy of any information you are sharing and can set limits on what this information can be used for by the recipient.

If you are considering providing confidential information to a third party, please call our Business & Commercial experts and we can advise you about how best to protect that information, before it is shared.

Recognised and recommended

Our Business & Commercial team are recommended in three categories in The Legal 500 UK 2022 – with several colleagues receiving special recognition and head of department Jamie Arnall acknowledged as a ‘Next Generation Partner’.

Fosters approach is more focused on understanding the requirement, delivering what is needed and adding value – rather than a focus on fees. Often they go over and above and deliver additional support as a result. It feels more of a partnership than a client/solicitor relationship.
The Legal 500 UK 2022