CONSIDERING that the speaker accepts the invitation of the organizer in accordance with the terms of the agreement below; 6. Warranties. The spokesperson ensures that the speaker has sufficient knowledge, skills and experience to speak and share their knowledge with the audience of the event. The Spokesperson agrees that during the term of this Agreement, you agree, by agreeing to these Terms, to appoint the Spokesperson in accordance with all of the following terms of this Agreement. We are committed to preparing and presenting the presentation at the event venue on the dates and times. You agree to pay us the costs and all travel and accommodation expenses and all other costs under this Agreement. Such an agreement also contains standard contractual clauses, such as.B. choice of law and jurisdiction. Note: The rules vary depending on the characteristics of the conference – this is a basic guide.
1) When presenting: a) we will comply with: (i) all applicable laws; (ii) all health and safety requirements (as we have said from time to time); and (iii) your appropriate instructions (as communicated from time to time); and b) we will act at all times in a professional, ethical and responsible manner. 2) If you request it, we will provide you with a copy of the presentation documents within a reasonable time before the dates and times. 3) We will inform you as soon as we become aware of it, if: a) we cannot provide the presentation in accordance with these conditions; or (b) a conflict of interest arises in the context of the submission. 4) We will not assign or delegate the speaker`s presentation to third parties without your prior written consent. 1) This Agreement is governed by the laws of New South Wales Australia, and we (you and us) irrevocably and unconditionally submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales, Australia. 2) Any modification or modification of this Agreement must be made in writing and signed by you and us. 3. Any waiver of any provision or right under this Agreement shall be signed in writing by the party entitled to such provision or right and shall be effective only to the extent determined by a written waiver. . .