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9 Things You Must Do Before You Sign A Non-Disclosure Agreement

Non-Disclosure agreements are becoming more and more common in business today. They sound quite intimidating but really what you have to remember is it a legal document that outlines what information your client can share with you that you are forbidden from sharing with others. The purpose of an NDA is to keep the company's information private—like a trade secret or a special sauce.
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