Confidentiality & non-disclosure agreements

In order for your idea to evolve into a business or for your business to grow it will often be necessary to share confidential information with another person or several people. Our experts can work with you to ensure you have a watertight, legally enforceable non-disclosure agreement (NDA) in place to give you the peace of mind you need to make that next move.

A non-disclosure operates as an agreement between parties not to disclose your idea or share information with third parties. So, if you plan to work with others on your idea, it’s an effective protection measure.

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If you need legal advice about putting an NDA in place, contact our corporate commercial team on: 0800 533 5349 or

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Frequently asked questions

A confidentiality agreement binds all parties to keep secret information confidential, while an NDA upholds secrecy by creating a confidential relationship between the parties who sign it.

A non-compete agreement operates similarly to an NDA, but it prevents someone from starting a business similar to yours.

A non-solicitation agreement may work in conjunction with a non-compete agreement to prevent someone from stealing your employees or clients.

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