Almost all MSAs contain a confidentiality provision that is usually reciprocal between the parties. Those who do not have one can include the terms of a prior confidentiality agreement in the framework contract if they have been negotiated separately and dealt with problems that may arise during the execution of the ASM. In any case, privacy is almost always addressed and, more recently, its provisions are made available at the same time as the rules on data protection and data security when certain types of information (e.g.B personally identifiable information or “PII” are disclosed and processed as part of the relationship. It is not uncommon for clients to bring a significant amount of client IP to the relationship, and for a service provider to have to use that IP to run services and create services. In this case, an MSA may grant a service provider limited license rights on the Client IP in order to fulfil its obligations to the Client in accordance with the APPLICABLE MSA and Specifications, but not for the benefit of third parties. Many customers are subject to a large number of federal, state and local laws and requirements, which must ensure that they are respected by their employees, including service providers. It is not uncommon for a service provider to receive MSA forms from customers that differ greatly depending on regulatory requirements. While financial institutions, insurance companies, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare are among the most regulated in the United States, many other clients live in a complex regulatory environment, which can also include binding rules from nongoers. Service providers need to be flexible with regard to these requirements when they want to conclude transactions, but at the same time they need to understand the increased costs of providing services to highly regulated customers. In some cases, a service provider will allow termination by a service provider due to the right of convenience, provided that all lost costs can be recovered. In other cases, the MSA is naturally conceived as a temporary obligation of the client and a dismissal is only possible by dismissal for an important reason. This framework is much more common in agreements in which the service provider itself must set up and obtain services from third parties to fulfil its obligations. Whether or not termination is an option for convenience, the termination provisions generally address the impact of termination, the parties` terms and obligations with respect to termination, such as the obligation to continue to provide transition services and the obligations of the parties, the confidential information of the other party in their possession or control.
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