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UW C4C recommends that the following paragraph be included in consulting agreements
 

Summary: UW C4C recommends that the following paragraph be included in consulting
agreements:
Company acknowledges that Consultant is employed by the University of
Washington ("UW") and as a result has certain pre-existing obligations to UW,
including obligations with respect to disclosure and ownership of intellectual
property and obligations arising from sponsored research agreements between
UW and third parties. Accordingly, Company and Consultant agree that to the
extent this consulting agreement is inconsistent with any of Consultant's
obligations to UW, including the reporting of all inventions developed during the
period Consultant is employed by UW (regardless of where arising) and including
contractual obligations arising under any sponsored research agreements between
UW and third parties, then Consultant's obligations to UW shall prevail and to
such extent any inconsistent provisions of this consulting agreement shall be
deemed inapplicable and unenforceable. In performing this consulting agreement,
Company and Consultant agree that Consultant shall not disclose or make any
unauthorized use of any trade secrets or other confidential or proprietary
information or in any way be authorized to convey any interest in any intellectual
property developed or acquired as a result of consultant's employment by UW.
Company and Consultant agree that this provision is being made for the benefit
of and may be enforced by UW.

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences