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Renewal Clause

A renewal clause is a contractual provision that gives one or more parties the right to renew or extend the term of an agreement.

Publicity Clause

A publicity clause is a contractual provision that establishes how, when and for what purpose a contract’s details may be disclosed to the public.

Price Adjustment Clause

A price adjustment clause is a contractual provision that establishes rules for adjusting the contract price in response to one or more triggering events.

Permitted Use of Data Clause

A permitted use of data clause is a contractual provision that establishes rules regarding the use of data shared by parties for the purposes of their agreement.

Payment Terms

Payment terms are contractual provisions that establish rules for when and how payment for goods or services supplied under a contract must be made.

Payment in Lieu of Notice Clause

A payment in lieu of notice clause is a contractual provision that allows an employer to pay a specified amount instead of giving notice of termination.

Notice Clause

A notice clause is a contractual provision that stipulates how and to whom notice must be given under a contract for it to be legally binding.

Non-Solicit Clause

A non-solicit clause is a contractual provision that establishes one party’s promise to refrain from poaching another party’s customers, employees, etc.

Non-Disparagement Clause

A non-disparagement clause is a contractual provision that establishes one party’s agreement not to disrespect, discredit or otherwise criticize another.