Draft a fully-tailored non disclosure agreement (NDA) or confidentiality agreement

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What you get with this Hourlie

Before you disclose or discuss any confidential information, business secrets or inventions with a third party you should put in place a non-disclosure agreement (sometimes called an ‘NDA’ or a confidentiality agreement). This is vital to helping protect you, your business, your commercial information and your ideas.

Often the agreement should be two-way (or ‘mutual’), but sometimes a one-way non-disclosure agreement is appropriate.

As a vastly experienced business lawyer I can draw up a suitable NDA that is properly tailored to your needs and specific circumstances—and complies with the law of England and Wales.

What the Seller needs to start the work

Before I can draft the document I need: (a) your details—name, address, company number if applicable, etc, (b) the same information for the other party to the document, (c) a description of the type of information being disclosed and why, (d) whether information is being passed both ways or just one way, and (e) the length of time you want the document to remain in force.