Customized Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA)

Customized drafting service of a bilingual Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA), prepared by a vetted experienced lawyer

US $1,260

Customized Bilingual Agreement

A vetted, experienced English-speaking lawyer in China will draft a Non-disclosure Agreement in English and Chinese.  

In business dealings with Chinese companies, it is crucial to protect confidential information and intellectual property from potential misappropriation and unauthorized use.

Receive in 5 Business Days

The first draft of the NDA will be delivered to your Trustiics dashboard in 5 business days once the lawyer receives all the necessary information.

What do you need to do?

When you place the order, you will be asked to complete a form to provide the information needed for the lawyer to draft the agreement, such as the parties’ information, your role in the agreement as an information provider or an information recipient, the scope of confidential information you hope to protect and duration of the obligations.

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One of the following vetted lawyers who responds to your request first will get the assignment and provide the service for you

Beijing, China
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5/5
Susan Wang
15+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Joint venture
  • Cross-border M&As
  • Private Equity
  • Corporate
  • Investment Transactions
Beijing, China
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5/5
Bing Li
10+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Compliance
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Legal Document Translation
Beijing, China
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5/5
Phil Wang
10+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Private Equity / Venture Capital
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Capital Markets & Securities

Legal Q&A

What is an NDA and what is it for?

A Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), also referred to as a confidentiality agreement, protects your trade secrets, proprietary knowledge, technical expertise, intellectual property, and other sensitive and confidential information from becoming public.

When should an international business sign an NDA in the context of doing business with China?

Protection of valuable confidential information is critical in business dealings with China and many other countries. You should sign an NDA at the beginning of most business relationships, such as:

  • when you expect to disclose non-public information to a potential buyer, licensee, distributor, or vendor in China;
  • when you engage a Chinese Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to manufacture your products in China based on your design and requirements;
  • when you enter into a joint venture arrangement with another company;
  • when you expect to disclose any important non-public information to any employee, representative, or agent.

How long is an NDA effective?

The parties should agree upon the term of the contract.

Are NDAs enforceable in China?

Yes, a duly signed non-disclosure agreement with a Chinese party is enforceable in China.

 

Why do I need a China-qualified lawyer to draft my NDA instead of using an Internet template?

While internet templates may seem like a quick and easy solution, they may not be tailored to your specific business needs and may lack the necessary legal language to ensure enforceability in China. It’s important to work with a China-qualified lawyer who has first-hand experience in the region and can draft an NDA that is customized to your business and transaction.

Can I use the same NDA in the U.S. or other countries?

It would be much better if you could use an NDA tailor-made for a particular country where it is intended to be enforced in the future. An NDA drafted by an experienced lawyer in China can make sure your NDA signed with a Chinese company is enforceable against that company at a Chinese court if anything goes wrong.

Do I have to sign a Chinese version of an NDA signed with a Chinese company?

There is no legal requirement to sign a Chinese language version of an NDA. But it is advisable to have a Chinese version and make sure the Chinese version is consistent with the English version so that both parties share the same understanding and what they agree to are precisely the same as what you expect them to be bound with.

Is there a different type of NDA if I’m the information provider or the information recipient?

Yes, as any other contract, an NDA can be drafted very differently in favor of the information provider or in favor of the information recipient.  You should let the lawyer know whether you are the information provider or recipient or both. If both parties provide their confidential information, the parties will need an NDA containing bilateral confidentiality obligations. Otherwise, it will contain clauses only imposing confidentiality obligations on one party, the information recipient.

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