A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a legal contract that prevents parties to an agreement from disclosing certain information that is deemed to be confidential. The confidential information is particularized in the NDA and can include any information that can be potentially harmful to an individual or company, such as formulas, collections of data, processes, know-how, etc. You can download a Non-Disclosure Agreement template here or make your own using our online form builder.
Depending on the scope of information being protected, there are two types of NDAs:
A Mutual NDA and Unilateral NDA have minor differences in the way they are written, they both contain all of the essential legal provisions that must be included in it. However, if both sides share proprietary information to achieve common goals, they should use a mutual NDA to provide a certain level of protection to each of them.
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