To maintain the competitive advantage of your company, use an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) to protect your confidential information. Confidential information may include business results, technical data, customer lists, trade secrets, copyrights, inventions and other intellectual property. Arrange your NDA before sharing sensitive information so that both parties understand their rights and obligations when your collaboration starts.
Read more about using our free model NDA, what you should include in the NDA and how you can protect yourself and your business interests in this handy guide for entrepreneurs.
Table of contents
- What is an NDA?
- Do I need an NDA?
- What information is in an NDA?
- How do I prepare an NDA with Rocket Lawyer?
- What should I know before making an NDA?
- What should I do after making an NDA?
- Common NDA questions
- Questions about the NDA of Rocket Lawyer
- Legal glossary: NDA terms explained