Non-Disclosure Agreement Bundle

$239.00

Includes Unilateral and Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement

All companies have secrets to keep. Don’t be the business that only uses a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to stop the bleeding, only after those secrets have been spilled. That’s a vulnerable place. Once confidential information is compromised, it’s too late. 

An NDA informs recipients that they’re under a legal obligation not to share company secrets. This bundle comes with a unilateral agreement is a contract that stipulates one party to the agreement agrees not to reveal confidential information they learn. On the other hand, a mutual non-disclosure agreement is typically executed by parties exploring a business relationship.

When should you sign a NDA? Generally speaking, a NDA makes sense anytime you want to share something valuable about your business and make sure that the other party doesn’t use it without your approval, or outright steal it.

But most definitely in any of the following: 

  • When growing your team with employees, interns and independent contractors.
  • Receiving or providing services that include access to sensitive information.
  • Presenting an offer to a potential partner or investor.
  • Sharing business information with a prospective buyer.
  • Discussing the sale or licensing of a product or technology.
  • Follow your intuition. Always.
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All companies have secrets to keep. Don’t be the business that only uses a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) to stop the bleeding, only after those secrets have been spilled. That's a vulnerable place. Once confidential information is compromised, it’s too late. 

An NDA informs recipients that they’re under a legal obligation not to share company secrets. This bundle comes with a unilateral agreement is a contract that stipulates one party to the agreement agrees not to reveal confidential information they learn. On the other hand, a mutual non-disclosure agreement is typically executed by parties exploring a business relationship.

When should you sign a NDA? Generally speaking, a NDA makes sense anytime you want to share something valuable about your business and make sure that the other party doesn’t use it without your approval, or outright steal it.

But most definitely in any of the following: 

  • When growing your team with employees, interns and independent contractors.
  • Receiving or providing services that include access to sensitive information.
  • Presenting an offer to a potential partner or investor.
  • Sharing business information with a prospective buyer.
  • Discussing the sale or licensing of a product or technology.
  • Follow your intuition. Always.

3 Easy Steps to be Legally Aligned:

  1. Access your legal vault, the home of your contract template purchase (plus any of its updates).
  2. Watch the video tutorial and fill out your contract template in minutes, while gaining the understanding of what it all means. Because with knowledge comes confidence.
  3. Use the step-by-step checklist in our implementation guide. You’ll never have to wonder if you filled out the contract template correctly or second guess what's next as you implement the contract seamlessly into your business.

Stay in the know. Whenever there are updates to a contract template you have purchased, you will get an email and have instant access via your legal vault.

What’s Included?

Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement, when sharing information will be more like a conversation and each of you will keep the information in the circle of trust.. 

Unilateral Non-Disclosure Agreement, when you need to focus on maintaining trust and prevent crucial information from leaking out where it could undermine the profitability inherent to only your content.

        1. Maintain trust and prevent crucial information from leaking out where it could undermine your profitability or growth.
        2. Refine our exhaustive list to confidential information to suit your needs. 
        3. Define your reason for sharing, include a description of why the parties are sharing information (aka the purpose).
        4. Of course each of these NDAs have included the right for the receiving party to use the confidential information only as it was intended.

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