What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement?
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) are contracts between two parties (individuals or businesses) that prevent private information from being shared with anyone outside of the agreement. NDAs are also sometimes called Confidentiality Agreements, or Secrecy Agreements, and are typically used to keep employees, consultants, or business partners from leaking important information about trade secrets, intellectual property, deals in the works, unreleased products, client information, and more.
A kickoff call with a qualified lawyer
One customized Non-Disclosure Agreement
One round of minor revisions if necessary
What is the process?
Book a call. Pick a time to discuss your Non-Disclosure Agreement with a Good Lawyer.
Design your Agreement. Help your lawyer understand the situation and how the counterparty might use your confidential information. Your lawyer will determine what provisions you need in your NDA and draft something tailored to you.
Receive your Agreement. You will receive a copy of the Non-Disclosure Agreement, ready to help you keep your secrets.