NDA

Online NDA creation and execution - does such a service exist?

Kate Hiscox

January 15th, 2014

I'm about to execute another one and wondered, not for the first time, if there was a quick and dirty online NDA creator with built in electronic signature in existence?

Some people might feel that NDA's are worth the (virtual) paper they are written on but in my experience, when it came to due diligence for some sizeable deals, any existing NDA's were required to be turned over to the buyer. Which is another good reason for an online NDA service. 

Will Glasson Assistant County Attorney, Multnomah County

January 15th, 2014

Wow. I'm a lawyer and I haven't heard of half these services. Many of my clients like Shake (shakelaw.com); and, yes, they do NDAs. 

Paul Gaffney Senior Vice President at The Home Depot

January 15th, 2014

Right Signature does a nice job on the digital signing and tracking of fields to fill in once you have the underlying template document.

Paul O'Brien

January 15th, 2014

Take a look here Kate: https://venturedocs.com
This sounds like what you need

Gaurav Chawla Founder

January 15th, 2014

Docracy.com

Kate Hiscox

January 15th, 2014

Thanks for the suggestions. The Contractua.ly guys, I know of from Vancouver but had forgotten them. Perfect!

Mariam Cook Founder at PositionDial, Digital Consultant

January 16th, 2014

l use a word doc and upload to Adobe Ecosign it's fairIy quick to use you just need to position the fields. Would also be interested in an all in one solution! Sent from my Samsung Note II

Tom Maiaroto Full Stack Consultant

January 15th, 2014

You can use docusign to sign your stuff too. So if you have something custom you want to do over the internet. I've had people send me stuff through that before.

T Reilly

January 15th, 2014

Rocket Lawyer has this and other legal services.

Conway Anderson VP of Product at Academia.edu

January 16th, 2014

A second for ShakeLaw.com - it's a great app founded by a former VC / Lawyer. 

Ken Carpenter Software Engineer at Arista Networks

January 15th, 2014

I haven't used it myself, but Contractual.ly should fit the bill. Ken