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entertainment agreement

What is included

A detailed mutual non disclosure agreement with a schedule between a company and employee.

The agreement includes clauses covering:

  • Confidential information
  • information exchange
  • obligations
  • disclosure
  • Non-confidential information
  • Subsidiary
  • Term of agreement
  • intellectual property rights
  • other agreements/disclaimers
  • General provisions
  • Restraint of trade
  • enforceability provisions.

NDA Contract is 8 pages long  and includes gst.


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What is a Company NDA with Schedule

A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement, is a legally binding contract that establishes a confidential relationship between parties to protect sensitive information from being disclosed to unauthorized third parties. A detailed company NDA with a schedule includes comprehensive terms and specific schedules (appendices or exhibits) that provide additional details on the confidential information or specific terms of the agreement. Here’s a detailed breakdown of a company NDA with a schedule:

Key Elements of a Detailed Company Non-Disclosure Agreement

  1. Parties Involved:

    • Identification of the parties involved, including their legal names, addresses, and contact information. Typically, these are the disclosing party (the party sharing the information) and the receiving party (the party receiving the information).
  2. Definitions:

    • Clear definitions of key terms, such as “Confidential Information,” which can include business plans, financial data, intellectual property, client lists, etc.
  3. Obligations of the Receiving Party:

    • Duties of the receiving party to maintain confidentiality, including not disclosing the information to third parties and using the information only for the specified purpose.
  4. Exclusions from Confidentiality:

    • Information that is not covered under the NDA, such as information that is already public knowledge, independently developed by the receiving party, or disclosed by a third party legally.
  5. Term and Duration:

    • The period during which the NDA is effective and the duration for which the confidentiality obligations apply. This can be a fixed term (e.g., 2 years) or an indefinite period until the information no longer qualifies as confidential.
  6. Permitted Disclosures:

    • Conditions under which the receiving party may disclose the confidential information, such as to employees or agents who need to know the information for the specified purpose, provided they are bound by similar confidentiality obligations.
  7. Return or Destruction of Information:

    • Requirements for returning or destroying the confidential information upon termination of the agreement or upon request by the disclosing party.
  8. No License:

    • A clause stating that the NDA does not grant the receiving party any rights to the disclosing party’s intellectual property or other proprietary rights.
  9. Remedies and Indemnification:

    • Remedies available to the disclosing party in case of a breach, such as injunctive relief, and any indemnification obligations of the receiving party.
  10. Governing Law and Jurisdiction:

    • The legal jurisdiction and governing law that will apply to the agreement.
  11. Miscellaneous:

    • Other standard clauses such as entire agreement, amendments, assignment, and counterparts.
Benefits of a NDA

Benefits of a Non-Disclosure Agreement

  1. Protection of Confidential Information:

    • Safeguarding Trade Secrets: NDAs help protect sensitive information, such as trade secrets, proprietary data, and intellectual property, from being disclosed to unauthorized parties.
    • Maintaining Competitive Advantage: By keeping valuable information confidential, businesses can maintain their competitive edge in the market.
  2. Establishing Trust and Professionalism:

    • Building Trust: An NDA demonstrates that both parties are serious about maintaining confidentiality, fostering trust and a professional relationship.
    • Formalising the Relationship: It formalises the understanding between parties, making the expectations and responsibilities clear from the outset.
  3. Legal Protection:

    • Legal Recourse: An NDA provides a legal basis for seeking remedies if confidential information is disclosed without authorization. This can include injunctive relief and monetary damages.
    • Deterrent Effect: The existence of an NDA can deter parties from improperly disclosing information due to the potential legal consequences.
  4. Clarifying Boundaries and Expectations:

    • Defined Scope: An NDA clearly defines what information is considered confidential, how it can be used, and who can access it, reducing the risk of misunderstandings.
    • Usage Restrictions: It specifies how the confidential information can be used, ensuring it is only used for the intended purpose.
  5. Enhancing Business Negotiations and Collaborations:

    • Facilitating Open Discussions: NDAs allow parties to freely share information necessary for business negotiations, partnerships, and collaborations without fear of misuse.
    • Enabling Due Diligence: In mergers, acquisitions, or investment scenarios, NDAs enable thorough due diligence by protecting sensitive financial and operational information.
  6. Protecting Intellectual Property:

    • IP Security: NDAs help safeguard intellectual property, ensuring that ideas, inventions, and creative works are not disclosed or copied without permission.
    • Preventing IP Theft: They provide a legal framework to address any unauthorized use or theft of intellectual property.
  7. Ensuring Privacy Compliance:

    • Data Protection: NDAs help ensure compliance with data protection regulations by defining how personal and sensitive data should be handled.
    • Regulatory Adherence: They support adherence to industry-specific regulations and standards that require confidentiality, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and others.
  8. Streamlining Contractual Relationships:

    • Standardized Approach: Using NDAs as part of standard business practice streamlines contractual relationships, making it easier to enter into new agreements.
    • Consistency in Agreements: NDAs provide a consistent framework for managing confidentiality across various partnerships, projects, and transactions.
  9. Risk Management:

    • Mitigating Risks: By clearly outlining the consequences of a breach, NDAs help mitigate the risks associated with sharing confidential information.
    • Dispute Resolution: NDAs often include dispute resolution mechanisms, providing a clear path for addressing any conflicts that arise related to confidentiality.


A Non-Disclosure Agreement is a powerful tool for protecting sensitive information, establishing trust, and ensuring legal compliance in business relationships. By clearly defining the terms of confidentiality, an NDA helps mitigate risks, protect intellectual property, and foster open and productive collaborations. Whether for business negotiations, partnerships, or other professional engagements, an NDA provides essential protections that benefit all parties involved.

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