Saturday, May 17, 2008


Start Up Lawyer Blog's What is important in a confidentiality agreement or non-disclosure agreement (NDA)? should be read by a business owner, employer or lawyer looking at a confidentiality agreement. Here are two examples.

Need for an agreement. Entering into an NDA increases the risk that the recipient may face charges of trade secret misappropriation if it develops similar information in the future or inadvertently discloses or uses the information. This is the primary reason that VCs will not enter into NDAs.

Mutual versus one-way. Some agreements only cover disclosure of confidential information by one party. Other agreements are mutual and cover disclosures by both parties. Generally speaking, mutual agreements are less likely to have provisions that are one-sided.
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For those Indiana business wanting a NDA, feel to give me a call. I will also review NDA's for employees.