(d) reservations of rights on the part of the supplier. Supplier reserves the right to take the following steps at any time if [insert number in words] ([insert number]) calendar days prior to written notification to Reseller without liability: (i) add or remove products to Annex B, (ii) change or update the design of the products or part of the products and (iii) sell exclusively on a direct or indirect basis to certain types of customers or accounts. on the territory. In the event of non-compliance with this paragraph by the distributor, the supplier may request such distances, cancellations, cancellations or assignments on behalf of the distributor. The distributor shall assist the supplier and reimburse him for the costs incurred by him in applying this paragraph. (b) `confidential information` means all information communicated by one Party to the other Party relating to the activities of a Party or the business relationship of the Parties under this Agreement, including, but not limited to, information relating to a Party`s finances, products, services, customers and suppliers. Any confidential information disclosed in tangible form must be identified by the disclosing party as “CONFIDENTIAL” or “PROPRIETARY” or by a similar legend prior to disclosure. All confidential information disclosed orally or visually must be reported as such before, simultaneously with or after disclosure and aggregated in writing by the disclosing party within thirty (30) calendar days of publication. A developer distribution agreement often involves the creation of software and the intellectual property of that software.
The agreement, which is a contract between the developer of an application and the company that markets the application, allows the developer to offer end users or consumers a license to use its software. Some companies that own apps are large companies like Google, although small businesses and even individuals also create and distribute apps. The Distributor will fully cooperate with and assist the Supplier in its efforts to protect the Supplier`s intellectual property rights in the Territory and shall exercise due diligence to immediately identify and inform the Supplier where the Distributor becomes aware of an infringement of patents, trademarks, copyrights or other intellectual property rights owned or used by the Supplier. istributor may not sell/license the supplier`s products through third parties (e.g. B OEMs, distributors, value-added resellers or other distributors or representatives) without the supplier`s prior written consent to the proposed relationship (including the specific terms of that relationship). b. The Distributor undertakes to make its best efforts to (a) promote and obtain the sale of and orders for supplier products in the Territory; (b) comply with the Supplier`s policies and procedures with respect to the purchase, sale and support of Supplier Products; and (c) to manage its business in a manner that, at all times, positively reflects the supplier products and the good reputation, goodwill and reputation of the supplier or its related companies. . . .