Also known as a one-way NDA, a unilateral NDA is one type of confidentiality agreement.
By definition, a unilateral non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is a legal contract that binds the receiving party to keep the defined information confidential. Unlike a mutual NDA, which is signed by two parties and both are bound to keep the information disclosed about the other in confidence, a one-way NDA only protects the information of the disclosing party.
One-way NDA's often cover:
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