Lets say I got a registered LLC From Ohio, United States Of America and this company is online so it will have workers all around the globe. How would I go along with NDA(s) sense there in difference states, countries, etc.
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The NDA can certainly be drafted in such a way that it can be enforced in almost all US courts. But don't expect a party in Bangalore to show up in a US court. If they have no assets here in the US, then even if you get a default judgement here it is basically worthless. In theory, you can get a foreign money judgement award, but to enforce it in a foreign court on a default will require a hearing. So you will be forced to litigate the issue where the defendant resides as they will not enforce the award if the defendant never had a hearing.
That said, if you are very concerned about enforceability then you will want to make sure that the NDA is enforceable in the places where you would bring a claim. But this might not be very practicable.
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