1.3 Confidentiality. In order to enable consultants to provide consulting services, it may be necessary for the company to provide the advisor with confidential information (as defined below) about the company`s business and products. The company will rely heavily on Consultant`s integrity and prudent judgment to use this information only in the best interests of the company. This advisory agreement, with effect at `this `agreement`, is being replaced by and between `9.7` and the endowments. This agreement cannot be ceded by either party without the prior written consent of the other party; provided, however, that the agreement can be transferred by the company without the advisor`s consent if the business is acquired by another company or entity or merged into another company or entity. The benefits and obligations of this agreement are binding and binding on the parties, their successors and the beneficiaries of the transfer. 4.3 Responsibility in case of dismissal. All equipment provided by the company to the consultant under this contract or the promotion of consulting services, including, but not limited, computers, laptops and personal management tools, are returned to the company immediately after the end of the agreement. 1.5 External services. The advisor may not call on the services of another person, entity or organization in carrying out the councillor`s duties without the prior written consent of a company executive. If the company consents to the use of the services of another person, entity or organization by the consultant, no information about the services to be provided under this agreement may be disclosed to that person, entity or organization until that person, entity or organization has entered into an agreement to protect the confidentiality of the company`s confidential information (in accordance with Article 5) and the absolute and total ownership of the company of all rights. , title and interest in the work carried out under this agreement.
Do not prevent Lennon from proving the oral consent of the parties that Lennon could use Rogers` computer. 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.] Do not prevent in the evidence of testimony about Lennon`s right to report monthly. 1.6 Reports. The advisor periodically provides the company with written reports on his observations and conclusions regarding consulting services.