Can you send me a form Nondislcosure Agreement (NDA)? Lawyers get this question often. But, ideally you don’t want a form NDA, you want one or more NDAs tailored to the situations where they will be used.
People often sign NDAs without thinking too much about them. But not all NDAs are the same. And there are situations where an NDA can come back to bite you in ways you might not expect. Let’s look at the subject matter scope of an NDA.
Many form NDAs will have very broad definitions of what is considered confidential information that should not be disclosed. You might see something like:
Confidential Information shall mean any data or information that is competitively sensitive material and not generally known to the public, including, but not limited to,