Non-Disclosure Agreements

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A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) allows a business to contractually protect sensitive commercial information that is shared with other parties. An NDA is essential for every start-up—it protects your company and showcases your professionalism and business acumen.

To further the progress of your start-up, it will be necessary to share confidential information with various individuals. An NDA ensures the recipients do not try to misuse the information.

The Marks Gray intellectual property team helps clients draft NDAs that are specific to the needs of their business.

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In the grand scheme of things, the Copyright matter that Crystal advised me on was minor, but it was definitely outside of my comfort zone. Crystal was the first person that I thought of, when I realized I needed advice… Should you need advice with any Copyright or Intellectual Property matter, I wholeheartedly recommend that you think of her, too. Thanks for your help, Crystal!

Crystal is a very sweet, professional, and intelligent woman. She makes sure your intellectual properties are fully protected. I am very pleased thus far with MarksGray. Best wishes to you on your continued success. Protect yourself with MarksGray!

As far as I am concerned, all conversations about copyrights and trademarks begin and end with the words, “Crystal Broughan at Marks Gray.”

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