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Agreement for Offering Online Seminars Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus

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Last revisionLast revision: 07/02/2023

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Agreement for Offering Online Seminars Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus

This document is an Agreement for Offering Online Seminars Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus. During the ongoing pandemic, many education providers and businesses are providing online seminars and classes to their students and users. Since most of the world can no longer meet in person, an online seminar is a great way to keep the business going and keep people interested in their offerings.

In this document, the provider of a live online seminar, called the "Seminar Provider," lays out all of the requirements for attendees and participants. These documents are not negotiated documents - in other words, the parties don't sit and come together to discuss the terms of the document. Rather, it is simply drafted by the seminar provider and posted online or emailed to the attendees and participants.

Here, all of the details of the actual seminar are covered as well as additional contractual terms to govern the parties' relationship. There are only two parties in this type of Agreement, the seminar provider and the attendee/participant. The agreement will detail everything related to the seminar, such as the seminar name, the start and end dates (if applicable) and times, the web address, the total cost if the seminar is paid, etc. This is important so that the participant/attendee can ensure everything looks good before signing up for the seminar.

This document also contains standard contractual provisions: things like a limitation on liability and intellectual property protection for the seminar provider, as well as some rules for the attendee/participant.


How to use this document

This document can be used by a seminar provider, looking for a well-drafted agreement to cover a live online seminar. It's not a great idea for any participant or attendee of the seminar to fill this out, as the seminar provider should be the one that has full control over the terms with no negotiation by the participant or attendee. In fact, because this is one document used for all attendees and participants, it won't be signed, and will instead be provided as a notice document.

The input for this document is quick and easy: first, general seminar details are asked about, and then additional questions regarding specific terms applicable to the seminar. The document contains all the terms required to protect the seminar provider and properly govern the agreement between the seminar provider and any attendee or participant of the seminar.

When this document is filled out, it should be posted online on the URL where the seminar will be provided or be emailed out to each attendee.


Applicable law

Although there is not one set of laws or regulations outlining what must be contained in a document like this. They will be covered both by state law, for general contract principles as well, as well as federal law overseen by the Federal Trade Commission governing online disclosures, disclaimers, and advertising.


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