The Advisor acknowledges that the provisions of Articles 5, 6 and 7 of this agreement are reasonably necessary to protect the legitimate interests of the company, proportionate in terms of scope and duration and are not overly restrictive. The Advisor also acknowledges that a violation of one of the provisions of Articles 5, 6 or 7 of this agreement will cause irreparable harm to society and that legal protection for breach is insufficient and that, therefore, the company is entitled to demand any fair, but not limited, exemption from termination assistance, and any other remedies available under the legislation or agreement between the parties. The Advisor recognizes that the approval of the harm caused to the business is not a court of order by the protection of the omission. Damages and claims for omission are appropriate remedies and should not be considered alternative remedies. 5.1 Confidentiality obligation. When performing consulting services under this contract, consultants may be exposed to certain “confidential information” (as defined below) and will be required to use it. The advisor accepts that consultants and employees, representatives or representatives of consultants do not use this confidential information, directly or indirectly, for the benefit of a person, organization or organization other than the company, or disclose this confidential information without the written permission of the company president, or during or after the duration of the agreement, provided that this information retains the characteristics of confidential information. 1.4 Standard of Behavior. When providing advisory services under this agreement, the advisor must adhere to high professional standards of professional and business ethics.
The advisor must not use the company`s time, equipment or equipment without the company`s prior written consent. Under no circumstances can the consultant take any action or accept any assistance or engage in any activity that would acquire rights of any kind in the results of the work done by or for the company by a university, a state agency, a research institute or any other person, institution or organization. 1.1 Services. The company entrusted Consultant with the provision of services related to the [merger of the project or activity of the company]. Councillor is an advisor [summary of services to be provided to consultants], and the other services described in Schedule A (together, “advice services”). 1.6 Reports. The advisor periodically provides the company with written reports on his observations and conclusions regarding consulting services. At the end of this agreement, the advisor establishes, at the company`s request, a final report on the advisor`s activities. 1.2 Time and availability. The advisor will devote hours per month to the performance of services to the company, as stated here in this book. The advisor is free to choose the dates and times at which he provides such consulting services during the month, taking due account of the needs of the company.
If the company feels it is necessary for the advisor to provide more than hours in a month, the advisor is not required to do this work until the advisor and the company have agreed to a rate of pay. [The time spent can be hours a day, a week or a year. The company may also choose to pay a flat monthly fee, regardless of hours, but the company must be careful for this approach.] 3.1 Compensation. The company pays the advisor monthly for the services provided to the company under this agreement.