Trial Software License Agreement Template
10.2. Remedies. If the use of all or part of the Ververica Product is restricted or if Ververica wishes to minimize its potential liability under this Agreement (including, but not to, any of its third party licensors), Ververica may, in its sole discretion and on an exclusive basis, replace either: (a) functional non-injurinating versions of the Ververica Product or any part thereof; (b) to modify the thing that violates the right so that it is no longer violated, but remains reasonably equivalent; (c) to obtain from the customer, at Ververica`s expense, the right to continue to use this section; or (d) Ververica may remove such in violation of, terminate all or part of this license. 6.2. Export Compliance. The Company acknowledges and agrees that the SugarCRM product is subject to all applicable export control laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, those of the United States Government. The Company shall strictly comply with all applicable export control laws and regulations related to the SugarCRM product, including but not limited to the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, 15 C.F.R. Parts 730-774 and all licenses and authorizations issued pursuant to such laws and regulations. The Company agrees that it will not induce its representatives, employees, representatives, contractors and customers not to export, re-export, redirect, disclose, transfer or disclose any such SugarCRM product or a product directly from it to a prohibited or limited destination, end-use or end consumer, except in accordance with all relevant export control laws and regulations. 4. Confidentiality.
The Parties acknowledge that, in the course of carrying out its obligations under this Agreement, each Party may obtain confidential information. Each Party undertakes and agrees that neither it nor its representatives, collaborators, senior officers, directors or representatives shall disclose or disclose confidential information of the disclosing party, except (a) to the personnel, representatives or contractors of the receiving party who need access to the confidential information to exercise their rights under this Agreement and who are bound by a written agreement; with conditions at least as restrictive as these, not to disclose any confidential or protected third-party information disclosed to that party or (b) given that such disclosure may be required by laws or provisions of the state, subject to the written notification of the receiving party that allows the disclosed party to seek a protection order or prevent further disclosure. . . .