Review a Non-Disclosure Agreement with AI Before you Sign it

Save hundreds of dollars. Easily review non-disclosure agreement ("NDA") on your own with our lawyer-trained AI insights
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goHeather AI spots and discusses legal issues in your non-disclosure agreement, providing you DIY legal informational insights you can action yourself. In addition, goHeather AI is localized to your jurisdiction and knows which side of the NDA you are on.

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How goHeather Works

goHeather AI contract review software provides you information to help you decide on whether to sign that NDA in front of you— and we do it efficiently in just three steps, thanks to our cutting-edge AI technology. Simply upload your non-disclosure agreement, and our AI engine will review it in real time, providing you with actionable information to make your own decisions.

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    Step 1: Upload your Non-Disclosure Agreement: Drag and drop your PDF or text into our secure platform.

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    Step 2: Review the Informational Insights: Our AI engine will comb through the NDA and present its findings, issue-by-issue listed in order of risk.

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    Step 3: Make Informed Decisions: Use our informational insights to negotiate better terms, identify risks, and finalize your NDA with more confidence. Consider hiring a lawyer after using our platform.

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goHeather reviews the non-disclosure agreement you upload to our application and then we use lawyer-trained AI to categorically rank each clause in your contract, by risk, from high to low, explaining to you what each clause means and how it could potentially hurt you.

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An NDA, or Non-Disclosure Agreement, is a contract that establishes a confidential relationship between parties.
NDAs safeguard sensitive information and to ensure that such information is not disclosed to others without proper authorization. NDAs are commonly used in various business settings, from employment relationships to negotiations between companies.

The primary purpose of an NDA is to protect non-public business information. This could include trade secrets, proprietary data, client information, product details, or any other type of information that a business or individual wishes to keep confidential. By signing an NDA, the receiving party agrees not to reveal this confidential information to any third party without explicit permission.

NDAs can be either unilateral or mutual. In a unilateral NDA, only one party (usually the one disclosing information) requires the other party to maintain confidentiality. For instance, a company might ask a contractor to sign an NDA before sharing sensitive business information. In a mutual NDA, both parties agree not to disclose each other's proprietary information.

Key components of an NDA include, but are not limited to:

1. Definition of Confidential Information: This section clearly defines what information is considered confidential. It may list specific types of information or provide a general definition.

2. Obligations of the Receiving Party: This outlines the responsibilities of the party receiving the confidential information. It includes the duty not to disclose the information to others and to take reasonable steps to protect its secrecy.

3. Exclusions from Confidential Information: This part specifies situations where the disclosure of confidential information might be permissible or required, such as when ordered by a court or government agency.

4. Term of Agreement: The duration for which the NDA is valid is specified here. This can vary widely depending on the nature of the information and the parties' agreement.

5. Return of Information: Often, NDAs require that the receiving party returns or destroys confidential information after the end of the agreement or when it's no longer needed.

6. Consequences of Breach: The agreement will detail the consequences if either party violates its terms.

7. Jurisdiction: The NDA specifies which state or country’s laws will govern the agreement.

Use Case of NDAs

NDAs are widely used in employment situations. Employees often have access to confidential company information, and an NDA ensures that they do not use this information for personal gain or share it with competitors. In the context of mergers and acquisitions, NDAs play a crucial role in allowing companies to share business-sensitive information with potential partners or buyers without the risk of that information becoming public. In the realm of startups, NDAs assist in protecting innovative ideas and business plans when discussing with potential investors, partners, or employees. For consultants and freelancers, NDAs ensure that the proprietary information they come across in the course of their work is not misused or disclosed.

AI Contract Review by goHeather

Leveraging the power of advanced AI APIs, custom trained by lawyers, our platform offers real-time informational insights on every kind of contract in every common-law jurisdiction. Our AI sifts through each clause, identifying potential risks. This enables us to provide quick yet comprehensive contract reviews, equipping you with the legal information you need to make informed decisions.

goHeather is an AI, not a lawyer. goHeather provides legal information, not legal advice. Our AI can have errors and omissions. Use goHeather as an inexpensive starting point and always consider retaining a lawyer after.

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ChatGPT vs goHeather

We love ChatGPT but we found that we could improve upon it for contract reviews. Therefore, we built goHeather on top of OpenAI AI specifically for contract reviews. Here's what sets us apart:



Not lawyer trained
Lawyer trained AI
Cannot upload PDFs
Can upload PDFs
No issue spotter
Trained to spot issues and break them down into elements for explanation for you to easily understand  
Does not confirm which side you are on or where you live
Confirms what side you are on and which governing law applies
Character limit
No character limit for contract reviews
Advanced large language model
Advanced large language model
Free to try
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Frequently Asked Questions

How does goHeather AI contract review work?

Tired of sifting through pages of legalese or do not understand what some parts of a contract mean? You've come to the right place. Our AI-powered tool analyzes your contracts in minutes, freeing up your time and money for what really matters.

Our AI engine will comb through your contract and present its findings in a simple and organized fashion. You can use our informational insights to negotiate better terms, identify risks, and finalize your contracts with more confidence. From spotting red flags to suggesting optimizations, our tool provides comprehensive information that you can understand easily.

How does goHeather compare to a real lawyer?

goHeather is not a lawyer; it is an AI. However, our AI was trained and prompted by lawyers. The core of our AI model is based on GPT4.0, which, according to OpenAI, scored in the 90th percentile and the 88th percentile, respectively, in the Uniform Bar Exam (MBE+MEE+MPT) and the LSAT.

goHeather provides legal information, not legal advice. goHeather is not a substitute for a lawyer. goHeather may have errors. You should consult a lawyer if you need legal advice, not legal information.  

Is goHeather AI contract review free?

Yes, free accounts can review a contract, but it is limited to only a few insights.

Premium accounts have more credits to review further contracts plus more insights. In addition, premium accounts utilize more advanced AI models.

Can I cancel my premium subscription?

Yes, you can cancel your premium subscription anytime in the settings tab in the app. If you cancel your subscription, you will not be billed again next month.

What countries does goHeather support?

goHeather AI contract review software works for most common law jurisdictions around the world. We also support contracts in most languages.

Is my private information safe with goHeather?

goHeather is SOC-2 compliant, so your data is as safe as it gets. goHeather also doesn’t save your entire contract after the review is done so your data is kept fully private. We only save the insights so you can get back to them if you want. 

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What kind of contracts does goHeather AI review?

goHeather can review any contract, including but not limited to: employment contracts, purchase and sale agreements, rental agreements, insurance policies, non disclosure agreements, IP agreements, contractor agreements, loan agreements, etc.