This category of documents includes without limitation: • Responses to requests for proposal (RFPs), requests for quotation (RFQs), requests for information (RFIs) • Bid documents • Confidentiality agreements a.k.a.
nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) • License agreements • Service agreements. Do not sign purchase orders (POs) or other customer-provided documents without Legal approval.
This no-changes policy applies to all contract documents, including, for example:• Proposal / Sales Quote T&Cs • Enterprise License Agreement. No shipping of orders without Legal approval if the customer does not sign the Sales Quote form.
If the customer doesn’t sign the Sales Quote, then any T&Cs in the customer’s purchase order might supersede the Company’s T&Cs — and might have little or no legal protection for the Company. All contract documents must be timely provided to Accounting — no exceptions.
In addition, the company’s CFO, its general counsel, its senior vice president for business development, and its head of worldwide sales, all went to prison (or in one case to home confinement), and the general counsel was disbarred.
(With prior approval from Legal, a particular contract may be able to be dated “to be effective as of [a particular date]”; the signature dates, however, must still be the dates actually signed.) 9.
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