Don’t Forget Confidentiality and Non Disclosure Agreements When You Joint Venture


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Are you discovering all the new opportunities suddenly becoming available in these changing economic times? If you’re ready to take advantage of some of them, but need to add some talent or additional capital, you might be looking at doing a joint venture with someone else.

It doesn’t matter whether you’ve picked a business, real estate, e-business or some other great investment strategy for these times, there is one thing you need to do. You need to make sure you have some solid written agreements in place before you get too far down the path of that venture. You want to make sure, for example, that you have a business structure in place even if it is “just” a joint venture. In fact, until you’re really certain who this potential business partner really is and how he acts when the money rolls in, or when it stops, you need to be extra careful.

You’ll also want to make sure you use Agreement #63. Confidentiality, Non-Solicitation & Non Disclosure Agreement. This agreement was written for a potential joint venture situation where two or more parties will be getting together to explore a potential working relationship and want a mutual understanding that their respective trade secrets & proprietary information will be respected by the other parties.

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