Business Development Agreement Doc
9. These parties are free to continue this agreement until the date they wish, but this agreement fully covers the current tenders —————————————-. The second part provides the first part with all the professional services related to the above offer and is entitled to assert professional remuneration against the services provided in that offer. However, the parties may maintain this agreement at their convenience for other or subsequent commercial offers and transactions, but a specific notification for the transfer of future business development work is given by the First Party if the First Party wishes to use the services of the Second Party. The percentage of professional remuneration is also negotiated on a case-by-case basis on the basis of mutual agreement and reduced in writing between the parties in order to avoid litigation or dispute. The second part is not entitled to money for expenses, etc., in any way if the work has not been transferred to it by the first part in writing. This second amendment to the Enterprise Development Agreement was amended on 27 November 2007. between LECG, LLC, a California limited liability company at 2000 Powell Street, Suite 600, Emeryville, California 94608 (“LECG”) and Enterprise Research, Inc., a California-based company with a business address of 2000 Powell Street, Suite 510, Emeryville, California 94608 (ERI). 5. That the second party of the First Party is currently a concrete leadership with details on one of the ————————————————————————————-.
In this regard, the second part makes available all possible professional and advisory activities, with comprehensive field investigation, technical investigation, market investigation, etc., which are supposed to be very useful and useful to the first part in determining the details of the above offer. The first part is responsible for offering the above offer and indicating rates according to its own business considerations. 7. The fact that, under this agreement, the First Party is required to pay the amount described above after the offer is awarded if, for whatever reason, the offer is not awarded to the First Party, the Second Party cannot benefit from professional taxes at all.