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Texas Confidentiality Agreement Attorneys

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Confidentiality agreements, also called non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), are often used to protect proprietary information or trade secrets. NDAs typically are used when two companies or individuals are considering doing a business together. The agreements are common in mergers and acquisitions and private financing transactions and commonly are included in a letter of intent between two businesses considering an M&A transaction or proposed financing.

The NDA is typically a critical element, because during negotiations – or if the purchase or sale does not go through – companies want to make sure they protect trade secrets and other proprietary information from being released to the general public.

Confidentiality agreements might seem straightforward. Even so, your company needs to make sure that any confidentiality agreement you create, or sign does not contain any loopholes that could threaten your business or jeopardize its health in any way. That’s why it’s critical you have an experienced business law attorney working for your company, creating or reviewing any confidentiality agreement involving your corporation.

Experienced confidentiality agreement lawyers who understand your needs

For nearly three decades, corporate clients in Texas and throughout the country have relied on our experienced attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. to develop confidentiality agreements that specifically outline the terms of what information must remain private between companies, especially during a purchase or sale. Confidentiality agreements also often clearly state that any information shared during merger and acquisition negotiations between companies must be returned if the purchase or sale falls through.

Your decision to sign or create a confidentiality agreement potentially has long-term implications. With so much at stake, it’s critical you contact Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. promptly for a consultation. We can guide you through all your legal options and help you decide if such an agreement is the right decision legally for you.

Attentive, discreet confidentiality agreement attorneys you can trust

We won’t tell you what to do if you are represented by Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. We’ll listen. We’ll learn about your legal needs. Then we’ll work with you to develop a strategy that addresses your specific legal issue. No two cases are ever exactly alike. The same should be true for whatever legal action you decide to take.

Having an experienced business law attorney on your side who knows how to create confidentiality agreements and understands their legal implications can make a dramatic difference. Discover what we can do for you. Contact Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. today. Call 713-209-2950 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment. We represent clients nationwide.

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