Legal Advice for Non-Disclosure Agreement — 10 results
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, over 1 year ago.
Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements in California
Posted byJacob I. Kiani|Sep 18, 2013|0 Comments
Most companies may want to include within an... more
Written by attorney John Van Geffen, almost 2 years ago.
How to draft Non Disclosure Agreements
When a business wants to grow it usually starts to look at strategic partnerships to bring in outside expertise, whether in the form of contractors,... more
Written by attorney Todd Gallinger, over 4 years ago.
A non-disclosure agreement is a legal contract in which all
involved parties promise to protect the confidentiality of secret information
that is disclosed during employment or another type... more
Written by attorney Christopher Neumeyer, 7 months ago.
Like Rodney Dangerfield, Non-Disclosure Agreements (“NDAs”) often get no respect. Business persons may plunge into negotiations, revealing confidential information with no agreement in... more
Written by attorney Dean R. Zakos, almost 4 years ago.
Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), which involve the exchange of confidential information, often fly below the radar screens of most businesses. They are routinely presented as a standard... more
Written by attorney Raymond Millien, about 4 years ago.
The short answer is yes.
Consider this true story: A small Kansas firm with newly-developed
IP meets with representatives from a large, leading technology company
in the hopes of... more
Written by attorney Christine Branstad, almost 5 years ago.
Non-Disclosure Agreements (also called NDAs, Confidentiality
Agreements or Secrecy Agreements) have broad use in business.
The form NDA is a business myth. Each is designed for a purpose;... more
Written by attorney Tim Bukher, about 5 years ago.
There are several reasons why a business might decide to employ a
non-disclosure or a non-compete agreement (collectively known as
The business is engaged in work... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, over 1 year ago.
Yes. Sometimes, however, not much more. Here's when it might be quite worthwhile, and when not. When both sides are big companies. Big companies have lots of people. It helps to have things... more
Written by attorney Terry D. Aronoff, about 3 years ago.
Non-Disclosure Agreements (also commonly known as Confidentiality Agreements) are used in a variety of business relationships. Here are some of them:
A prospective employee, independent... more