Do I Need an Attorney to draft or review a Confidentiality Agreement?

Elliott Stapleton Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreement

Confidentiality agreements are especially important to a companies or individuals with a unique idea. Losing the confidential status of an idea allows others to exploit the concept for their own use and profit.

Each business is different. An attorney can correctly tailor the confidentiality agreement to meet the specific needs of each individual business and advise on matters related to these confidential relationships. If you are asked to sign a confidential agreement, there may be rights that you want to carve out to ensure you are not restricted from taking future projects from third parties.

 

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About the Author

Elliott Stapleton

Elliott is a partner in the firm of Cornetet, Meyer, Rush and Stapleton, LPA. His business clients range from small single member companies to large privately held businesses. Elliott’s legal services include advice on Business Formation and Transactions, Real Estate Transactions, Trademark Law, Copyright Law, Estate Planning, and Probate Administration.