In the event that the recipient of the confidential information discloses the information in contravention of the terms of the agreement, or breaches any other material provision in the agreement, the agreement may provide for the following remedies: a) Termination of the underlying agreement without any penalties (if the underlying agreement so provides often at option of the injured party); b) Injunctive Relief (a declaration that the recipient must stop certain actions); c) Specific Performance (a court order to comply with contractual provisions); or c) Damages resulting from the breach. It is important that the agreement provide for equitable relief ( injunction or specific performance) as a remedy without the need to prove that damages are not adequate compensation. If the agreement provides that the remedies are cumulative, they may be granted simultaneously where appropriate. Recipients who have disclosed information to their directors, officers, employees, agents, and advisors, may be liable for breaches by their representatives in accordance with agency law.