Webinar Terms and Conditions

1. Scope of Agreement

This agreement is made between Law Business Research Ltd (the Publisher), (“We”, “Us”, “Our”), trading as Law Business Research Limited, provider of Lexology at www.lexology.com (the Website), and you, the Client (“You”, “Your”). This Agreement takes priority over all prior agreements and representations (save for fraudulent misrepresentation) whether oral or in writing, relating to its subject matter. The terms of any other electronic communications will not form part of this agreement.

2. Content Responsibilities

Unless stated on this Agreement, the Publisher will be responsible for all Webinar details, including creating or otherwise arranging for the presentation of content and the recruiting of Webinar attendees. You are responsible for providing us by email with the content to be presented at the Webinar and supporting materials by the Copy Date Deadline as set out at the first page of this Agreement (“the Copy Date Deadline”) will not affect your payment obligations outlined below. You will be responsible for creating and or licensing and securing all rights to fully use any content presented in the Webinar. If the Webinar materials are provided in a different form to that specified, then you will be responsible for any reasonable costs that may arise in preparing the Webinar. Failure by you to supply the necessary materials for your Webinar in the form specified by the Copy Date Deadline will not affect your payment obligations outlined below. We retain full editorial approval over the Webinar and positioning of your Webinar on the Website will be at our sole discretion. We reserve the right to withdraw or reject the material supplied by you for the Webinar which will not affect your obligation to pay for the Webinar in full. In using our services you agree to abide by all applicable laws, regulations and codes of conduct and you will not engage in any activities relating to our services or the Website that are contrary to such laws, regulations and codes.

3. Rights

You grant the Publisher an irrevocable, perpetual, royalty-free licence to use, amend, publish or reproduce the Webinar and portions thereof in accordance with this agreement. You will remain the owner of the copyright in the original, unedited Webinar, but where the Publisher amends or edits a Webinar prior to publication such that a new work of copyright is created, the Publisher will be the owner of the copyright in the resulting Webinar. The Webinar as published by the Publisher may be republished or reproduced by the Client only with the prior written consent of the Publisher, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld. The Client must attribute the Publisher as the original source of publication for the Webinar. The above will not operate as an assignment of your trademarks, service marks and logos which will remain your property. However, you hereby grant to us a worldwide, non-exclusive, fully paid license to reproduce and display all trademarks, service marks and logos contained within the Webinar for the duration of the agreement. We reserve the right to change the live date and / or title of the Webinar and to change and / or substitute speakers or moderators at our sole discretion.

4. Warranties

We shall use best endeavours to ensure the Product is provided to you in accordance with any specifications set out in this Agreement. We do not warrant that the Product will meet your requirements or that it will be complete, error free or delivered without interruption. The Client warrants to the Publisher that its works as furnished hereunder do not violate or breach any existing copyright or contain defamatory or libellous material and that they are original works. The Client will indemnify and hold harmless the Publisher against any loss, injury or damage occasioned in connection with or in consequence of a breach in the foregoing warranty.

5. Liability

To the furthest extent permitted by law, we do not accept liability for any claims, liabilities, expenses, losses, costs or damages (including without limitation, damages for any consequential loss or loss of business opportunities and/or profits) however arising from the use of the Website, the Website contents or publication of the Webinar. Our liability in contract, tort or otherwise arising out of or in connection with the Agreement shall not exceed the total amount paid by you in the preceding full year.

6. Marketing & Promotion

The parties agree that they shall each carry out any marketing activities hereunder in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations including, without limitation, all applicable laws and regulations concerning privacy, unsolicited e-mail and data. To the extent that the Client plans to conduct its own e-mail marketing concerning its participation in the Webinar, it shall so advise the Publisher in order to obtain the Webinar registration page link.

7. Registration Data Security

The Client represents and warrants to the Publisher that it will not sell or otherwise provide the Webinar Registrant List, in whole or in part, to any third party, but instead shall use the Registrant List solely for Client’s own educational and self-promotional purposes. Once the Client has established its own independent business relationship with the persons on the Registrant List by e-mailing or otherwise contacting such persons concerning products/ services that are not jointly produced/presented with the Publisher, the Client may use the information contained on the Registrant List in any manner permitted by its privacy policy; provided, that the Client may not identify the Publisher as the source of such information when sharing or disclosing such information to third parties. The Client shall use the Registration List in accordance with any and all applicable laws and regulations, including any and all applicable privacy laws, as well as Client’s posted privacy policy and shall electronically store and process the Registration List on secure, password protected computer systems in a controlled environment reasonably designed to protect the information contained on such systems from unauthorised access, use or disclosure. The Client shall promptly notify the Publisher upon the Client’s discovery of any breach of the security of computer systems on which the Registration List was stored or processed if the Registration List was, or is reasonably believed to have been, acquired by any unauthorised person.

8. Invoice & Settlement

An Invoice, with applicable Sales Tax will be raised on receipt of this Agreement. All prices are exclusive of any VAT, local sales or withholding taxes that may apply. Unless expressly agreed otherwise in writing, payment will be due 30 days from the date of invoice. Should your account fall overdue then interest will be charged at a rate of 3% per annum above the Bank of England’s base rate from time to time in force together with compensation for debt recovery costs pursuant to the provisions of The Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 as amended and supplemented by The Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations 2002. Interest will be calculated daily from the due date to the payment date. In addition, we reserve the right in certain circumstances to modify our payment terms to require full payment in advance and / or require you to provide such other assurances as we may require to secure your payment obligations.

9. Term & Termination

This Agreement commences on the date we receive your Agreement and will unless otherwise stated in the Agreement, continue initially for 12 months until the first anniversary of the Webinar Copy Date Deadline. Unless you or the Publisher has given either party a valid notice to terminate, the contract will automatically renew for a 12 month period after the first anniversary and then on each subsequent anniversary for a further 12 month period at the then prevailing 12 month renewal rate for the Webinar service which you have chosen. Either party not wishing to automatically renew their contract on the anniversary date must give at least one month’s calendar notice before the anniversary date. You shall also pay to us any fees that are outstanding.

10. Cancellation

This Agreement represents a legally binding contract between you and us. A cancellation may only be made at our sole discretion and with our written consent. If we agree to a cancellation prior to invoicing then a fee of 50% (plus Sales Tax if applicable) of the Agreement amount will be charged payable 30 days following the date of our written permission to cancel. If we agree to a cancellation after invoicing then a fee of 100% (plus Sales Tax if applicable) of the Agreement amount will be charged payable 30 days following the date of our written permission to cancel. For singular webinar bookings, the webinar must be scheduled and have been completed within 6 months upon receipt of this Agreement. If the Webinar has not been completed within 6 months of this signed Agreement, the Publisher reserves the right to cancel the webinar, with the client being responsible for 100% of the total amount specified on this Agreement. Webinars booked as part of a Webinar series (a minimum of 2 webinars) must be completed within 12 months of receipt of this Agreement. If the Webinar series has not been completed within 12 months of receipt of this Agreement, the Publisher reserves the right to cancel the Webinar series which will not affect the obligations of the client to pay for the entire series to the Amount specified on this Agreement.

11. Suspension

In the event that you fail to pay any sums due to us under this contract, and such sums remain outstanding to us for more than forty five (45) days from invoice, we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to immediately (i) suspend your Webinar preparation and/or (ii) remove your Webinar from the Website. Upon your payment of any such outstanding sums owed to us, we may in our sole discretion allow you to resume your representation and if your Webinar is reinstated your contract period shall thereafter be the remainder of the Agreement Duration from the date of reinstatement until contract expiry. This shall not in any way affect our right to terminate the contract or any other remedies available to us.

12. Force Majeure

We will not be liable for any delay or failure to perform any obligation under this Agreement due to any event beyond our reasonable control, including but not limited to, earthquake, fire, flood or any other natural disaster, labour dispute, riot, revolution, terrorism, acts of restraint of government or regulatory authorities, failure of computer equipment and failure or delay of services and platforms used to operate our electronic media.

13. Data Protection

We will process the personal information that we collect from you in the ways set out in our privacy policy, which you can find on our website at https://www.lexology.com/Privacy.

14. General

You may not resell, assign or transfer any of your rights under this contract without our written consent. Any attempt to resell, assign or transfer rights without our consent will entitle us to cancel the contract without liability to you. A person who is not party to this contract has no right under the Contracts (Rights & Third Parties) Act 1999 to rely upon or enforce any terms of this Agreement. We may assign any of our rights to any subsidiary or affiliated company or third party or as part of a merger, reorganisation or sale of our business.

15. Governing Law

This Agreement is governed by English law and each party agrees that the courts of England will have exclusive jurisdiction to deal with any disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement.

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