What is a NDA and will I need one?
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is sometimes referred to as a confidentiality agreement. It is a written contract between two parties that prohibits the sharing of confidential information that has been revealed to them. If you plan on disclosing any sensitive information with individuals and you don’t want them to share that information with others then you will need one.
An NDA is normally used before hiring an employee, before entering into a partnership or some other collaboration. So even if you and the recipient party decide to terminate your relationship, you don’t have to worry about them discussing your confidential information. NDAs can cover almost anything that can be considered confidential. For example, business plans, marketing strategies, client lists, systems and so much more can be covered by an NDA.
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