Non-disclosure agreement

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A Non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is an agreement that allows the discloser of confidential information to prevent the recipient of that information from releasing information without the consent of the discloser. This is particularly useful in negotiations taking place on the basis of sensitive information that the discloser would not want going public should negotiations fail.

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What information should be marked as confidential in an NDA?

This is often a matter of debate between the two parties, as the discloser would like the agreement to be more comprehensive than the receiver.

Why do I need a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)?

While the law does offer some level of protection against third parties divulging sensitive information given in confidence, it is generally seen as good practice to formalise the confidentiality of discussions using either a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) or a mutual non-disclosure agreement (also known as a confidentiality agreement).

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