Gag Clause

What is a Gag Clause?

A gag clause is a contractual provision that prohibits employees from disclosing sensitive information about a company, its operations, intellectual and physical assets, and any future innovations.


Gagging clauses are frequently discussed in conjunction with whistleblowing – the clauses are frequently designed to prevent employees from speaking out about perceived wrongdoing in the workplace.


Gag clauses differ from non-disclosure agreements in that they are part of an overall employment contract, whereas NDAs are typically separate documents that cover in greater detail what is and isn't acceptable employee disclosure.

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