Have you ever wondered if you should use a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with a potential business partner, supplier or investor?
NDAs (also known as confidentiality agreements) are critical in protecting your business and business idea when partnerships do not follow through.
NDAs constitute legally binding contracts and if broken can have severe consequences for the breaching party.
Join Leo Hutchings to understand:
1. What is an NDA and why do I need one?
2. When should I sign an NDA?
3. What can I and can’t I do under an NDA?
4. What happens if I want to break my NDA?