This clause comes from a user-friendly contract for web development projects, which also contains a confidentiality agreement. The standard AIGA agreement for design services has no uniform approach and it is not a complete preprinted document in which you simply fill the spaces. Instead, this agreement recognizes that most design companies develop their own proposal model for each project and seek appropriate conditions to put in place. The personalized proposal document and its attached terms and conditions include the mandatory agreement with the client when compiling and signing. In this context, the agreement emphasizes these conditions. This modularity is not only more individual, it also helps to reduce individual chords to a more manageable size. 8.3 Subject to point 8.1 above, the overall liability of each party may not in any case exceed [AMOUNT] for claims based on events that occurred in a calendar year arising from or in connection with this contract or a support contract, whether it is a contractual or unlawful act (including negligence) or in some other way. 5.2 All intellectual property rights of the services resulting from this contract are the property of the client and the designer irrevocably cedes all intellectual property rights to the client, subject to payment of all designer fees in accordance with item 3. The parties make all the necessary documents to implement this clause. 4.2 The provisions of this Clause 4 apply to any service, acceptance or payment provided for by this Agreement and apply to all replacement or repair services provided by the Designer. This agreement was reached on the date mentioned at the beginning.
10. Confidential or proprietary information. Designer recognizes and accepts that designers can obtain confidential and/or proprietary information about the client`s activities. This information may include client lists, customer notes, specifications, project information, plans and/or technology resources, but it is not limited to that. Confidential and/or proprietary information is of major importance to the client`s activities and has been developed or retained over time, with significant resources required. The designer understands and accepts that any accidental disclosure of confidential and/or proprietary information would cause significant harm to the customer. As such, designers accept that they: a. do not disclose confidential and/or proprietary information in any way, which is not authorized by the customer to disclose it to third parties; for example, not to copy or duplicate confidential and/or proprietary information, unless the customer has expressly invited it; c.
do not disclose confidential and/or protected information to third parties in an unauthorized manner for at least one year after the end of this agreement; d. do not use confidential and/or proprietary information for purposes, except for information expressly authorized by the customer; E. Immediately inform the customer if the designer is informed of unauthorized use or disclosure of confidential and/or proprietary information. 16. Dispute settlement. In the event of a dispute between the parties within the framework or under this agreement, the contracting parties first seek to resolve the dispute in a personal and good faith manner. If these attempts to resolve them fail, the parties submit the dispute to binding arbitration. The arbitration procedure is carried out in the Landkreis und Staat, which is mentioned in the sLAW regulation of this agreement.