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Intellectual Property Attorney Stephen E. Murray’s Article Is Featured in Business Law Today

May 10, 2021

When NDAs Go Bad: Proactive and Timely Steps to Protecting Your Company Against NDA-Related Disputes by Panitch Schwarze partner Stephen E. Murray is featured in the American Bar Association’s Business Law Today. Murray’s article discusses non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) and the critical role they serve in advancing research and development.

In addition, Murray proposes various recommendations companies can take when entering and working under non-disclosure agreements including:

  • Make employees aware
  • Set automatic calendar reminders
  • Centralize storage
  • Document interaction
  • Demand clarity
  • Proactively limit overreach
  • Exercise your rights

For the full article, click on the link, When NDAs Go Bad: Proactive and Timely Steps to Protecting Your Company Against NDA-Related Disputes.

An intellectual property attorney, Murray concentrates his practice on all aspects of strategic patent counselling, the preparation and prosecution of patent applications, and on post-grant review proceedings. His practice also consists of strategic patent portfolio development, due diligence, licensing matters and the provision of opinion letters on patent validity and infringement.

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