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Information sharing

There are certain things that you don’t want to see in the public domain. We can help ensure that they stay in safe hands.

We can draft a non disclosure (or secrecy) agreement to suit all needs. These documents are a must before talking to investors, potential partners, designers, licensees, manufacturers or anyone with whom you share an idea with.

Non-disclosure agreements are crucial, yes. But they’re just the start. We can also help you get up to speed on the Privacy Act and Official Information Act as well as draft privacy statements and information sharing provisions in a variety of business agreements.

Do you have employees? If so, you need to ensure that they keep your secrets. We can tidy up your employment agreements to protect your clever stuff from exiting or dishonest employees and contractors. 

"It's not me who can't keep a secret. It's the people I tell that can't." - Abraham Lincoln

Key people

Keeping information more secure than a conversation over a teacup, meet the James & Wells team.

Ben Cain, Hamilton

Associate

Information sharing clients

Making sure they’d dotted the I’s and crossed the T’s, these clients relied on us to fine tune the details.

What people say
"We instructed James & Wells to provide advice on the implications of NZ privacy laws on our client’s data retention strategies.  The advice was invaluable to us and to our client.  James & Wells responded quickly to our instructions and the advice we received was comprehensive, thoughtful and tailored."
Helena Wootton - Browne Jacobson LLP
"Owen Culliney has provided me with general advice regarding the Privacy Act and associated legislation and how best to comply.  His advice is always timely and user friendly.  I recommend that anyone having problems with information collection, storage or disclosure or in need of guidance on compliance in this tricky area contact James & Wells and ask for Owen."
Sharneen Hickey, Recruitment Consultant - Asset Recruitment