Oregon Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) Template

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The Oregon non-disclosure agreement is an agreement used to protect Trade Secrets and Confidential Information against competing business entities. Once signed by the parties involved, the document serves as proof that all signatories are aware that they are legally bound to maintaining the secrecy of the Confidential Information, that they will suffer consequences should they leak said information, and that the agreement will remain in effect until the owner of the proprietary information gives written notice, or the information no longer qualifies as a Trade Secret. The agreement can be Unilateral, in that only one (1) party owns the information and the other is prohibited from disclosing it. Alternatively, it can be Mutual and neither party can disclose the Confidential Information as neither party has sole ownership.

Definition of “Trade Secret” – 646.461 (Definitions for ORS 646.461 to 646.475)

Laws – 646.475 (Application and construction of ORS 646.461 to 646.475)

Non-Compete Agreement – A non-compete agreement is used to prevent employees from competing in a similar field or market.

(Video) How to Make an NDA in Oregon

How to Write

Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx) or Open Document Text (.odt).

Step 2 – Enter the day, month, and year that the agreement is being created. Below this, enter the name of both parties.

Step 3 – If the agreement is Unilateral, as defined above, check the first box. If it is Mutual, check the second. The relationship between the parties will need to be specified in section three (3).

Step 4 – The number of days a party has to return materials to the requesting party must be supplied in the first paragraph of the second page.

Step 5 – Both parties must sign their names, date the document, and print their names before the agreement can be considered finalized.