If you run a company, you have probably had many requests from a potential business partner to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). The NDA may be a short document, containing what appears to be just a few pages of legal boilerplate, and the other party may assure you that this is their “standard” form. While a typical NDA may look innocuous enough, you shouldn’t assume that it will give complete protection to the sensitive information you may be revealing, and the NDA may restrict you in ways you didn’t expect. This article describes some terms that companies should be on the lookout for when asked to sign an NDA. Click here to read the full article.