Protect your sensitive business information with confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements for employees, consultants and third parties.
A Confidentiality Agreement (also called a Nondisclosure Agreement or 'NDA') is a vital level of protection if you must reveal business data, records, trade secrets or other information to any other party for any reason. Your confidential information is a proprietary asset which may be impossible to place a value upon.
Some NDAs are mutual, depending upon the nature of the relationship between the parties. For instance, in the case of a strategic alliance, each of the parties will disclose confidential information and each party will be bound by the nondisclosure provisions of the agreement.
It is always advisable to have employees sign a confidentiality agreement at the time they begin their period of employment. Most employee confidentiality agreements also include non-solicitation and non-competition provisions, as a further level of protection for the employer.
This Confidentiality Agreement should be signed prior to any negotiations with a competitor about a possible joint venture or acquisition.
If you're discussing the possibility of partnering or being bought out by your competition, you will undoubtedly need to provide confidential business information for the competitor's due diligence review.
You need to protect that sensitive confidential and proprietary information. That's why it's essential to have the competitor s.....
Protect your company's sensitive business information from disclosure by outside consultants with this easy downloadable Confidentiality Agreement.
Any outside consultant you retain to do work for your firm should sign the Confidentiality Agreement before they are allowed access to your premises, business records, proprietary processes, trade secrets and other confidential information.
The consultant agrees to keep all such information confidential and not to disclos.....
Irish business owners can protect their confidential trade information with this Ireland Nondisclosure Agreement.
This form of Agreement can be used to ensure that your proprietary information is protected against disclosure during the course of negotiations with a potential buyer or investor for your business, or for any other type of transaction or arrangement which may require a third party to have access to sensitive customer data, financial records and other information.