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What's There To Tell? Nothing, if You Have A Valid Non-disclosure Agreement

By: Attorney Shira Truitt


A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is a legal contract that is used to protect confidential information from being disclosed to third parties. NDAs are often used in business settings to protect proprietary information, such as trade secrets, intellectual property, and business strategies.


There are several situations in which it may be appropriate to use an NDA. Some common examples include:

  1. Sharing confidential information with business partners or investors: If you are planning to share sensitive information with a business partner or investor, an NDA can help to ensure that the information remains confidential and is not used for any unauthorized purposes.

  2. Collaborating with contractors or consultants: If you are working with contractors or consultants who will have access to confidential information, an NDA can help to protect that information and prevent it from being disclosed to third parties.

  3. Conducting job interviews: When conducting job interviews, it is common to share confidential information about the company and its operations. An NDA can help to protect this information and prevent it from being disclosed to competitors.

  4. Engaging in negotiations: When negotiating a business deal, it is often necessary to share confidential information with the other party. An NDA can help to protect this information and prevent it from being disclosed to third parties.

It is important to note that NDAs are not a one-size-fits-all solution and should be tailored to the specific needs of the situation. When drafting an NDA, it is important to consider the scope of the confidential information that is being protected and the specific parties that will be bound by the agreement.


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