Non Disclosure/Confidentiality Agreement

In the field of biotechnology for instance, NDAs are frequently used to protect information regarding technology that a disclosing party may give to a receiving party in order to interest the receiving party in the technology for purposes which may include, for example, a license or purchase of the technology. NDAs are also frequently used in conjunction with other agreements including, for example, research agreements, license agreements, and material transfer agreements.

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DR. KAY PALMER

Patent Agent


Kay drafts and prosecutes patents in the fields of biochemical, pharmaceutical and molecular biology.
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