Work with a lawyer to draft a custom Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) that protects your confidential info.
$240 (+ tax)
Non-Disclosure Agreements prevent private information from being made public. Sometimes called secrecy or confidentiality agreements, they are key for hiring, the purchase or sale of a business, and the development of new products.
Leaks are expensive.
Operating without NDAs can make it hard to get the compensation you'll need if your company secrets are ever made public.
Establish the ground rules.
Let your employees, consultants, and service providers know what information is confidential and the consequences for a leak.
Reduce your liability.
Some deals require full disclosure between parties, and can leave you vulnerable if there is no NDA to protect you.
Work in secret.
Protect your intellectual property from competitors so that you can maintain your head start and turn it into a long term lead.
Have a kick-off call with a Good Lawyer and help them understand your unique needs. After the call, your lawyer will draft and deliver your NDA, ready to use.
1. Protect your intellectual property
Create a contract that enables you to show your work to stakeholders without worrying about information leaks.
2. Protect your confidential information
Make sure your internal business processes, customer information, profit margins, and more are kept secret.
3. Prepare for the worst
If your confidential information is made public, an NDA will help defend your business in court and ensure adequate compensation.
Pick a time to discuss your NDA needs with your lawyer.
Get advice and figure out exactly what your NDA will look like.
Get a digital copy, drafted by your lawyer, ready to sign and use.
Take control of your business relationships with a rock-solid, fully customized Agreement.
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