Florida Non-Disclosure Agreement Template

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A Florida non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is a form used for keeping confidential information secure. The document outlines exactly what information is off-limits, and once signed, the recipient of the information is legally required to refrain from discussing said secret information with anyone other than those explicitly permitted.


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Trade Secret Law

Before completing and signing the NDA, it is recommended that the parties familiarize themselves with Florida’s Uniform Trade Secrets Act, of which a few important sections have been highlighted below:

Laws: Chapter 688 “Uniform Trade Secrets Act”

Definition of Trade Secret (§ 688.002): The UTSA states a trade secret can be made up of anything that includes a pattern, program, formula, compilation, method, device, or technique, or process, and complies with the following two (2) points:

  1. The secret(s) have value (can be actual/current or potential) that cannot be acquired easily.
  2. Those that are harboring the secret(s) are making reasonable efforts to prevent them from being leaked.

Statute of Limitations (§ 688.007): Three (3) years.