Non-Disclosure Agreement

Although the content of every NDA agreement is unique

 

There are numerous instances in which you may want to share confidential information with another party. But the key to doing so safely is making sure that the other party is bound to respect the confidential information you provide them and not use it to your detriment.

 

One common way to protect the secrecy of confidential information given to another party is through the use of a Non-Disclosure Agreement, which is sometimes also referred to as a “Confidentiality Agreement” or “NDA.”

 

The core of the Non-Disclosure Agreement is a two-part obligation on the receiver of the information: to keep the confidential information in fact confidential and not use the confidential information itself.