How to Protect Your Idea Without a Signed Non-Disclosure Agreement





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Published on Oct 2, 2013

Contact John Ferrell at JFerrell@carrferrell.com if he can further assist you.

http://www.carrferrell.com When sharing your idea with others, there are times when the receiving party refuses to sign your NDA. This video will provide a solution that will allow you to disclose your invention and then follow up with what John Ferrell describes as a post-facto NDA.


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