What is a Non-disclosure Agreements (NDA)?
At London-based Adam Bernard Solicitors, we are experienced in drafting a range of Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA)’s. An NDA is a contract entered into by two parties who want to enter into a circumstance in which one or both parties will exchange confidential information.
This can be in order to facilitate an initial business conversation, commonly it is utilised by business’s before a formal commercial transaction where terms of business may not already be established. Our NDA Contract Lawyers ensure that each non-disclosure agreement that we draft is not only legally binding, but helps to protect commercial interests by being incredibly bespoke to the business’s needs. Where value can be added using our NDA Contract Lawyers, is in establishing a commercial edge dependent on the industry in which you operate and foreseeing circumstances that may arise through our vast commercial-based experience.
Why Adam Bernard Solicitors?
Our NDA Contract Lawyers are experienced in all things business, we are incredibly commercially aware in drafting non-disclosure agreements that can provide confidence and security in business negotiations. Our NDA’s also work to divide information to establish what is confidential to both parties, the reasons for which either party may use the others confidential information, the length of time for which it will be confidential and the circumstances in which it would apply. Most importantly, they give the disclosing party (the discloser), the ability to have any information that is highlighted as confidential to be destroyed upon giving notice to the other party.
The best time to act is always before the issue arrises. Already started business discussions without an NDA? Don’t worry, our expert NDA Contract Lawyers can draft you an agreement in a matter of days. Call now to get your free consultation on 0207 100 0505.
A typical Non-disclosure Agreement will include:
- Confidential Information
- Confidential Obligation
- Permitted Disclosure
- Reserved Rights
- Ending Discussions
Our NDA Contract Lawyers can also review and advise on agreements you are being asked to sign, renegotiate new terms on existing agreements and contracts or draft entirely new contracts.
Call us now to get in touch with one of our expert NDA Contract Lawyers on 0207 100 0505.
For more information also see our blog on the topic here.