They may be out there–third-party patents you know nothing about when you are entering into agreements to protect against the disclosure or other unauthorized use of confidential information. Typically, attorneys rely on standard one- or two-page non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). But standard NDAs may be vulnerable to attack on the basis of these third-party patents.

The structure of the typical NDA consists of:

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