Services agreement (provider-friendly + IPR) – medium size

Weagree's model services agreement, with a scope defined in a project description, statement of work or in abstract wording. Assuming the service provider creates IP (intellectual property rights). Distinguishing foreground (existing) IP from background (under-this-contract-created) IP. Includes IP-indemnity.

By | 9 September 2017|0 Comments

Corporates (large or multinational)
English
Medium size-plus (addresses all relevant topics practically and workable)
Services

Non-disclosure agreement (NDA) – one-sided (disclosing party-friendly)

Weagree model Confidentiality agreement (“NDA” or "CDA"). Slightly favouring the Disclosing Party and its confidential information. With optional sample “Purposes” descriptions and optional clauses that can be included depending on the context.

By | 3 June 2017|0 Comments

Confidentiality (NDA’s)
Corporates (large or multinational)
English
Medium size-plus (addresses all relevant topics practically and workable)

Non-disclosure agreement (NDA) – one-sided (receiving party-friendly)

Model Confidentiality agreement ("NDA" or “CDA”) of Weagree. The other party will disclose confidential information. With optional sample “Purposes” descriptions and optional clauses that can be included depending on the context.

By | 3 June 2017|0 Comments

Confidentiality (NDA’s)
Corporates (large or multinational)
English
Medium size-plus (addresses all relevant topics practically and workable)

Confidentiality agreement (mutual)

Weagree's template Non-disclosure agreement ("NDA"). Where both parties will disclose confidential information. With optional "Purposes" and optional clauses that can be included depending on the context.

By | 3 June 2017|0 Comments

Confidentiality (NDA’s)
Corporates (large or multinational)
English
Medium size-plus (addresses all relevant topics practically and workable)

Service agreement (customer-friendly + IPR) – basic

A simple services agreement, with a scope defined in a project description, statement of work or in abstract wording. Assuming the service provider creates IP (intellectual property rights), to be owned by the customer. Distinguishing foreground (existing) IP from background (under-this-contract-created) IP. Includes IP-indemnity.

By | 14 February 2017|0 Comments

Basic (quick and short)
Corporates (large or multinational)
English
Services (design – art or technical)