Signing contracts – A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) also known as a Confidentiality Agreement can sometimes have a lot of legal implications and you should be careful before signing one.
00:39 What is an NDA?
01:15 Before consulting a lawyer, businesses can ask for sensible amendments
01:40 Mutual vs. one-way agreements
02:55 Check for Indemnity clauses
04:21 Be aware of time limits
05:00 Check the jurisdiction under which the NDA operates
06:23 Be aware of contracts which nominate liquidated damages (penalties)
07:30 Check whether the contract includes individual liability
09:11 What is confidential information?
10:00 Check your obligations due at the end of the agreement
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Cameron first joined SSW in January 2000 in a Business Development and Administration role. He is now a solicitor and enjoys delivering projects and building strong relationships with clients.
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