Protect your confidential business information with a unilateral nondisclosure agreement

Every business has some information that it would like to keep private from competitors and others outside of the company. Such confidential information can be protected with a unilateral nondisclosure agreement.

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Edward A. Haman, Esq.

by Edward A. Haman, Esq.

Edward A. Haman is a freelance writer, who is the author of numerous self-help legal books. He has practiced law in H...

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