Commitments made by the parties in accordance with sections [confidentiality obligations], [competition obligations] and [effect of termination] survive the [expiration or termination of this Agreement/Conclusion]. These types of survival clauses are often useful when your NDA is long or complex, with some provisions explicitly needing survival conditions, while others inevitably need to end upon termination of the contract. Some NDAs may be generic and simply contain language that ensures that any logical provisions that should last the termination of the agreement do so. This often leaves the details to judgment according to common standards of law. Maintenance of indemnification obligations. The indemnification obligations of the parties under the [indemnification clause] shall survive the [termination, expiration, DEADLINE] of this Agreement, with respect to all claims that the indemnification party has communicated to the indemnification party before the expiration of the aforementioned survival period. . . .
October 10 2021