Implied Duty of Confidentiality

Implied Duty of Confidentiality

Definition

An unwritten obligation between two parties to keep certain information secret. In the employment-law context, the implied duty of confidentiality refers to an employee’s fiduciary duty to protect work-related information that the employer discloses to the employee in confidence.

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