How do I draft a non-disclosure agreement?
A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) serves to protect sensitive information. Start by defining what constitutes 'confidential information' in clear terms. Highlight the obligations of the receiving party - this might include not using the information for their benefit or not disclosing it to third parties. Specify the duration for which the NDA is valid. Inclusion of remedies in case of breach, such as injunctions or damages, can act as a deterrent. Also, specify any exceptions to the NDA, such as information already in the public domain. NDAs can be mutual (both parties share confidential information) or one-sided. Engaging our legal experts can ensure your NDA is robust and comprehensive to safeguard your interests.
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