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The intern non-disclosure agreement is intended to protect confidential information disclosed during internships. An intern is a paid or unpaid worker who performs services in order to obtain training and experience. An intern may be an employee. The classification depends on whether the arrangement fulfills seven criteria established by the Fair Labor Standards Act. Because the employment status may not be clear, and because the…

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The job interview non-disclosure agreement is used when divulging trade secrets when interviewing prospective employees, especially for sensitive jobs. Any person you hire should be required to sign an employee NDA (or an employment agreement containing a nondisclosure provision). But, of course, the interviewees you don’t hire won’t be signing an employment NDA or employment agreement. For this reason, have applicants for sensitive positions sign…

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The landlord-tenant non-disclosure agreement is used when the owner of residential rental property (the “Landlord”) discloses secret or private information about a property to potential tenants. The information may have to do with property revenue, taxes, planned capital improvements or other confidential information that provides the landlord with an advantage over other landlords. At the same time, the landlord may be required by federal, state or…

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The mutual non-disclosure agreement is intended for situations when two parties are contemplating an agreement, and each discloses confidential information to the other — for example, when one company contemplates purchasing another, or when an innovator and manufacturer are considering working together. If both sides are disclosing secrets to each other you should use this mutual (or “bilateral”) nondisclosure agreement. When providing confidential information it should be…

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The patent non-disclosure agreement is not intended to prevent the disclosure of a U.S. patent; rather it is intended to prevent the disclosure of confidential information in a pending patent application, confidential know-how connected with a patent or application, or innovations or strategies that may became the basis of a patent application. You should use this agreement with a manufacturer, investor, contractor, prototype-maker, or invention agent….

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The product development non-disclosure agreement is  envisioned for use when an innovator is developing a new product or service (the “Innovation”) and needs to disclose secret information regarding the innovation. New Product Development (NPD) can be a lengthy process and may continue even after the product is commercially available. Typically, it involves several steps, all of which may require an assurance of confidentiality. These NPD…

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The real estate buyer non-disclosure agreement is used when the seller of real estate discloses information about a property to potential buyers. The information may have to do with property revenue, taxes, marketing plans, planned capital improvements, the identity or financial status of investors or partners, or other confidential information that provides the seller with an advantage over similar property owners. When providing confidential information it should…

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The software beta tester non-disclosure agreement is used if you develop software (including web applications) and give beta versions to outside testers. The individuals allowed to test will be prohibited from stating any of the features or effects of the software while being able to access the front-end, and if needed, the back-end of the code. Access to the software should only be granted after…

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The software development non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is intended for use when sharing software business trade secrets with consultants, investors, contractors, potential licensees, and anyone else who has access to your company’s confidential information. Such information could include your unpublished computer code, design definitions and specifications, flow diagrams and flowcharts, formulas and algorithms, system and user documentation, data structures and data compilations, marketing and sales data, customer…

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The student non-disclosure agreement is for Universities, colleges, research labs and similar institutions often engage the services of students as researchers or assistants and want to make sure they don’t reveal trade secrets without permission. This agreement accomplishes just that. For-profit businesses that hire students under work/study programs or as regular employees should use the employee NDA and likewise with internships to use the internship…

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