From the Chase Jarvis website
My Top 10 Checklist for NDAs
Below you will find ten things to consider as you review any NDA. And again, you should definitely consult a lawyer, but this is a great starting point:
- Is there a “Purpose” or “Project” clearly defined? This will limit your confidentiality requirements to the specific project on which you are working.
- Do the disclosure terms favor the party sharing the most information? It is designed to protect the discloser.
- Does the agreement need to be mutual or not? You might be sharing confidential information on the project too. If you are, you may want to use an MNDA (Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement).
- What is included in the definition of “Confidential Information?” Is this reasonable
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