Terms & Conditions
- Scope of Services: This section should outline the specific digital marketing services that the firm will provide to the client, including any deliverables or timelines.
- Fees and Payment: The agreement should clearly state the fees for the services, the payment schedule, and any additional costs that may be incurred.
- Term and Termination: This section should specify the length of the agreement, as well as the conditions under which either party can terminate the agreement.
- Intellectual Property: The agreement should state who owns the intellectual property created during the course of the engagement, including any copyright or trademark rights.
- Confidentiality: This section should outline the steps that the firm will take to protect the client's confidential information, and may include non-disclosure and non-compete clauses.
- Warranties and Representations: The firm should make certain warranties and representations about the quality of its services and its compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
- Indemnification: The firm should agree to indemnify and hold harmless the client for any damages, costs, or expenses arising out of the firm's breach of the agreement.
- Limitation of Liability: This section should limit the firm's liability to the client for any damages arising out of the engagement.
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction: The agreement should specify the governing law and jurisdiction that will apply in the event of a dispute between the parties.
- Miscellaneous: This section may include any additional terms and conditions that the firm and the client agree to, such as dispute resolution procedures or notice requirements.
Please note that the specific terms and conditions included in a digital marketing firm's agreement may vary depending on the firm's practices, the industry it operates in, and the client's specific needs. It is always advisable to consult with a legal professional when drafting or reviewing such agreements.