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What Are Non-Solicitation Restrictions, and Are They Enforceable?

Non-solicitation agreements prevent parties to a contract from trying to win the customers or employees of another. Our AI analyzes your contracts and extracts the relevant clauses for quick decision-making.

Exclusivity Clause

An exclusivity clause grants exclusive distribution rights, exclusive licenses and other exclusive rights. It can also be an obligation to purchase all of a party’s requirements for a product or service from the other party and prohibitions against selling products or services to competitors.

Enforcement Clause

An enforcement clause establishes a licensor and licensee’s respective rights and obligations relating to legal action against third parties for infringing licensed IP.

Dispute Resolution

A dispute resolution clause is a contractual provision that establishes how parties will handle disputes related to their agreement.

Data Transfer Clause

A data transfer clause is a contractual provision that establishes rules regarding the transferability of any data that one party shares with another.

Breach Response Clause

A breach response clause establishes a party’s obligations in the event of a data breach, including obligations to investigate the breach and provide support.

Automatic Renewal Clause

An automatic renewal clause is a contractual provision that automatically extends the term for a specified period of time.

Assignment Clause

An assignment clause regulates the extent to which a party’s interest in a contract may be assigned to another party; anti-assignment clauses are common because without them, generally, contracts are freely assignable.

Amendment Clause

An amendment clause is a contractual provision that establishes rules for changing an agreement’s terms.