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The trade secret non-disclosure agreement is for use when you seek to protect one or two specific trade secrets. A trade secret may consist of any formula, pattern, physical device, idea, process, a compilation of information, or other information that is both of the following: (a) it provides the owner of the information with a competitive advantage in the marketplace; and (b) it is treated in a…

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The unilateral non-disclosure agreement is used when only one party is disclosing confidential information – for example, a company discloses marketing secrets to an ad agency, or a tech business discloses a new product to a software engineer. The term “unilateral” is meant to signify this is a “one-way arrangement”. If, however, both parties will provide confidential information to the other, a mutual (or “bilateral”) non-disclosure…

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The visitor non-disclosure agreement (NDA) should be used if guests to your company have access to company trade secrets. We’ve removed many of the provisions from other NDAs in order to make this a short, easy-to-understand agreement; one that visitors shouldn’t object to signing. It is recommended to give a copy to the visitor after authorization. The visitor will be forbidden from making any statements to…

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The volunteer non-disclosure agreement is Sample How to Write  

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The website design non-disclosure agreement is Software Development NDA – To protect information by a company seeking coders, programmers, or software engineers. Sample How to Write

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