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Contract to sign NDAs are routinely used in business but are not often thought out, resulting in a loss of confidential information, undue burden and expense, and misappropriation claims. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Nondisclosure Agreements (NDAs) are making headlines daily—from President Donald Trump requiring his senior staff to sign them, to adult film star Stormy Daniels claiming she was coerced into signing one. Aside from these political and perhaps personal uses of NDAs, they are most commonly used in business and can be critical to a business’ success. However, NDAs are often given short shrift.

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