Zoom Terms Of Agreement

This article reflects the terms and conditions and privacy policy described on Zoom`s website on April 6, 2020. Please note that this article is not legal advice. It is important to note that online platforms can change their terms at any time. Our website is created, operated and controlled in the state of Pennsylvania, United States of America. The laws of the state of Pennsylvania govern the agreement without establishing principles or conflicts of laws. You are the exclusive jurisdiction of Pennsylvania, County of Lancaster, in all disputes arising from or related to the use of our website. If part of this agreement is invalidated or unenforceable under existing legislation, including, but not limited to the warranty exclusions and limitations of liability mentioned above, the invalid or unenforceable provision is replaced by a valid and enforceable provision, which is most consistent with the purpose of the original provision and the rest of the agreement remains in force. Unless otherwise stated, this agreement represents the full agreement between you and us regarding our website and replaces all prior or simultaneous communications and suggestions, electronically, or or written, between you and us regarding our website. A printed version of this agreement and any electronic communication is permitted in the context of a judicial or administrative proceeding based on or relating to this agreement, to the same extent and under the same conditions as other commercial documents and records originally established and kept on paper. 20.1 Choice of the law and forum. This agreement is subject to the laws of the State of California and is interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California, as they apply to agreements concluded and executed in California by residents of California.

With the exception of Schedule A, the parties to the exclusive jurisdiction and jurisdiction of the state courts in Santa Clara County, California, and the federal courts of the Northern District of California agree. 14.3. Some jurisdictions do not allow for the exclusion of unspoken guarantees or limitation of liability for incidental or subsequent damages, which means that some of the above restrictions may not apply to the licensee. IN THESE LEGAL SENSITIVITIES, ZOOM`S LIABILITY BECOME THE MOST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW. The restrictions in this section 14 apply even if, in this agreement, a limited remedy has not met its essential objective. For more information on the terms and conditions of zooming or the terms of use of other digital platforms that companies can use, please email Stephens Scown`s intellectual Property Team on ip.it@stephens-scown.co.uk 18.7. Any claim, issue or disagreement between the licensee and Zoom, its respective affiliates or their respective senior executives, directors, employees, subcontractors or resellers arising from or related to this agreement (“disputed case”) are tried exclusively before the Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo for state court proceedings or the United States District Court of northern District of California for federal matters. Each party undertakes to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts with respect to litigation and undertakes not to raise disputes before another court or other adjudication body. Each party hereshes with jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction over such disputes and irrevocably waives any right it must assert that such a forum is not convenient or that such a tribunal is not competent.

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