How Not To Harm Your Company’s Privates

By on Feb, 17 2017 with Comments 0

By Erwin Krasnow and Doug Ferber

Erwin Krasnow

Erwin Krasnow

Safeguarding your company’s confidential information is of utmost concern for just about every executive in the C-Suite.

That’s why it has become standard practice for sellers to require prospective buyers to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before sharing sensitive information about their stations.

Doug-Ferber

Doug Ferber

Indeed, the first document produced and executed in a transaction involving the sale of a radio or television station is typically an NDA, sometimes referred to as a confidentiality agreement.

The core of an NDA are provisions that prohibit one party from wrongfully using or disclosing certain information provided by the other parry.

Why use an NDA? Here are some great reasons.


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