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CREATE YOUR NONDISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

Non Disclosure AgreementYou can create an NDA (also known as a confidentiality agreement or nondisclosure agreement) for free by following the instructions at this website.  Your NDA will be a binding legal agreement that prohibits disclosure of your business secrets. In addition, we provide you with a plain-English explanation of every provision in your NDA so you understand what you are signing. We also explain how to modify your agreement to include provisions that can strengthen your legal rights and make it easier to resolve disputes. Most important of all, we also explain everything you need to know about trade secrets --- the business information that NDAs protect. Without this information, your NDA may be worthless. If you run into a trade secret dispute or need to hire an attorney, we provide you with advice for that as well.

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What NDAs Can—and Can’t—Protect
A Short Introduction to NDAs and Trade Secrets
What Is a Trade Secret?
Examples of Information Protected by NDAs
When Trade Secrets Cannot Be Protected By an NDA
Using NDAs to Protect Inventions, Creative Works and Trademarks

Using NDAs as Part of a Trade SECRET PROGRAM
Trade Secret Protection Program: Can You Keep a Secret?

Identifying Your Trade Secrets
Basic Trade Secret Protection Program
Advanced Trade Secret Protection

Nondisclosure Agreements: The Basics
Basic NDA
Essential Provisions of an NDA
Additional Contract Provisions
One NDA or Many?
Adding Nondisclosure Provisions to an Existing Agreement

Nondisclosure Agreements for Specific Situations
Employee Nondisclosure Agreement
Nondisclosure Agreement for Business Negotiations
Visitor Nondisclosure Agreement
Job Interview Nondisclosure Agreement
Software Beta Tester Nondisclosure Agreement
Student Nondisclosure Agreement
Customer List/Mailing List Nondisclosure Agreement

If Someone Violates an NDA
Four Steps to Take If an NDA Is Violated
The Cease-and-Desist Letter
Resolving the Dispute
What the Defendant Will Try to Prove
Trade Secret Litigation: How It Works
Hiring an Attorney

STATE LAWS: THE UNIFORM TRADE SECRETS ACT
States That Have Adopted the UTSA
Uniform Trade Secrets Act

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