5 Important Parts of a Terms and Conditions

5 Important Parts of a Terms and Conditions

The Terms and Conditions is a written contract between parties for the sale of a piece of equipment, machine, or other types of goods in question. In this video we will go over the five important parts you should focus on when creating terms and conditions for your business: (1) a precision description of the items to be purchased, (2) pricing details, (3) warranty terms, (4) remedies, and (5) any risk of loss terms.

Separation Agreements: Where the Standard HR Form Falls Short

Separation Agreements: Where the Standard HR Form Falls Short

A separation agreement, also known as a severance agreement, is a legal contract governing the specific terms of an employee’s separation from employment. In this video, we will go over several areas where your HR-approved, standard form separation agreements are deficient and could leave you vulnerable: (1) Scope of Release, (2) Non-Disparagement, and (3) Confidentiality.

The Skinny on Alternative Workweek Schedules: Answering the Why and the How

The Skinny on Alternative Workweek Schedules: Answering the Why and the How

An Alternative Workweek Schedule, also known as AWS, is a compressed workweek schedule. Under an AWS, employees work the same amount of hours in a week that they “normally’ would but they do so in fewer days than they otherwise would. In this video, we will discuss why employers choose an AWS and how to implement it into your business.

5 Important Provisions of a Master Services Agreement

5 Important Provisions of a Master Services Agreement

A Master Services Agreement is a contract in which the parties agree to terms that will govern future transactions or agreements. In this video we will go over five important provisions: (1) Intellectual Property Ownership, (2) Late Payments, (3) Escrow Accounts, (4) Choice of Law, Form Selection, and Arbitration, and (5) Prevailing Party, Attorney’s Fees, and Costs.

4 Important Clauses of a Non Disclosure Agreement

4 Important Clauses of a Non Disclosure Agreement

A Non Disclosure Agreement, also known as an NDA, is a legally binding agreement that prevents an individual from releasing private and sensitive information. In this video, we go over the four important clauses that you must focus on when preparing an NDA: (1) Definitions, (2) Use & Access Restrictions, (3) Safekeeping and Security Requirements, and (4) the Term & Survival of an NDA.