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Non-Disclosure Agreements

Mutual NDA

Downloadable, guided Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) template.

Unilateral NDA

Downloadable, guided Unilateral Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) template.

Bundle NDA

Downloadable, guided Mutual & Unilateral NDA templates.

Types of Non-Disclosure Agreements Available for Download

People and businesses use non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to protect their confidential information when they are discussing possible business arrangements or deals.

Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement

When both parties to the NDA are going to be sharing confidential information, they should use a mutual NDA. With a mutual NDA, each party is obligated to protect the other party’s confidential information. If only one party will be sharing confidential information, then a unilateral NDA is more appropriate.

What are a few of the common situations where you might need an NDA?

  • When parties are discussing a merger or acquisition
  • When an inventor is discussing commercializing or selling an invention
  • When businesses are discussing some kind of a partnership or joint venture arrangement

What are some of the key provisions in this template?

  • Description of what is considered confidential information
  • Description of the purpose for the sharing of confidential information – this section will need to be completed by the parties to the agreement, based on what they are doing
  • The level of care that each party must observe in safeguarding the other party’s confidential information
  • Restrictions on the use of confidential information
  • A list of the kinds of information that is not confidential information
  • Remedies for breach of the NDA
  • What state law will govern the NDA, and where litigation must take place
  • How to terminate the NDA
  • How to send notices from one party to the other party

Unilateral Non-Disclosure Agreement

When only one party to the NDA is going to be sharing confidential information, they should use a unilateral NDA. With a unilateral NDA, one party shares its confidential information, and the other party is obligated to protect such confidential information. If both parties will be sharing confidential information, then a mutual NDA is more appropriate.

What are a few of the common situations where you might need an NDA?

  • When parties are discussing a merger or acquisition
  • When an inventor is discussing commercializing or selling an invention
  • When businesses are discussing some kind of a partnership or joint venture arrangement

What are some of the key provisions in this template?

  • Description of what is considered confidential information
  • Description of the purpose for the sharing of confidential information – this section will need to be completed by the parties to the agreement, based on what they are doing
  • The level of care that the receiving party must observe in safeguarding the other party’s confidential information
  • Restrictions on the use of confidential information
  • A list of the kinds of information that is not confidential information
  • Remedies for breach of the NDA
  • What state law will govern the NDA, and where litigation must take place
  • How to terminate the NDA
  • How to send notices from one party to the other party

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