General Commercial Documents

Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA), Consulting Agreements,
and Master Service Agreements

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General Commercial Documents


Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)

  • Identify 20 key provisions that our Industry Curators look for when reviewing NDA’s to quickly determine whether important issues are covered and avoid pitfalls and surprises down the road. The provisions identified include considerations such as exceptions to confidentiality obligations, requirements for identifying information as confidential, purpose for which confidential information can be used, length of time during which confidentiality obligations survive, restrictions on reverse engineering, process to be followed if confidential information is required to be disclosed, and availability of equitable relief in the event of breach of confidentiality obligations.

Consulting Agreements

  • Identify 35 key provisions that our Industry Curators find important when reviewing and negotiating Consulting Agreements. The provisions identified include Fee and Payment Terms, Non-Solicitation, Confidentiality Requirements, Work Product and Intellectual Property, Indemnity and Liability Limitations, among many others.

Master Service Agreements

  • Our industry curators identified 35 provisions that are important to them when reviewing these forms of agreement. Provisions identified include Payment Terms, Disclosure Requirements, Ownership of Intellectual Property, Insurance Requirements, Warranties, Liability Limitations, among others.

Document Crunch’s Curators provide generally applicable insight, rationale and sample contract provisions to help with your contract negotiations and drafting. This is also a great training tool for your personnel. Contact Us to ask our Crunch Consultants™ about developing a custom review tool for your business that focuses on the provisions you select, and enables reviewers to quickly match those provisions against your internal contract standards and acceptable language.