You’ve got a great idea – how do you protect it? Most projects require collaboration, partnerships, or hired help to reach the finish line. A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is a special kind of contract that keeps you and the other party’s plan and process under wraps. A mutual NDA is used when two or more parties are agreeing not to disclose the other party’s confidential information.
Even if you don’t decide to work together or part ways, the mutual agreement holds firm so that the other party cannot disclose your confidential details. Attorney Zara Watson included additional provisions for unauthorized use, liability, termination, and breach of contract to protect you in every scenario.
- Mutual party agreement
- Bulletproof confidentiality provisions
- Breach of Contract provisions
- Termination of contract provisions