Unless otherwise agreed in writing these terms and conditions (hereinafter “Terms”) shall apply to services provided by Experticon ApS (hereinafter ”Experticon”) to customers(hereinafter ”Customer”).
We will perform and provide our services diligently and professionally as required by the engagement (hereinafter “Engagement”). The Engagement covers the matters agreed with the Customer, but for clarity it is noted that Experticon’s services never include advice regarding tax and bankruptcy law. Furthermore, Experticon is not a law firm and its employees and consultants are not acting in the role of attorneys-of-law, regardless if the persons in question are admitted to the bar.
Both parties will endeavor to inform each other and communicate openly about the Engagement and risks involved with it. The customer shall deliver the required information, comments and material to Experticon timely so that Experticon can perform its services effectively and timely.
The parties may agree on a fixed fee for certain Engagements. Unless a fixed price is agreed, Experticon’s pricing will be hourly, daily or monthly based. If a fee estimate has been provided it is non-binding on Experticon, but Experticon will inform the Customer when it becomes evident that the fee estimate is no longer valid.
Experticon will invoice the Customer monthly. Payment terms are thirty (30) days net. The prices do not include VAT, which will be added. Prices do not include any external costs or charges that Experticon may incur as a direct result of the Engagement or instructions by the Customer. Such costs and charges will be invoiced separately. If payments are delayed, Experticon will charge interest and collection charges from the Customer in accordance with Danish law.
Experticon’s maximum liability for any Engagement is limited to the overall fees payable for the respective Engagement or to DKK 2.5 million, whichever is lower. The Customer shall only be able to raise any liability and/or damages claims towards Experticon and shall in no event be able to raise claims directly towards Experticons employees, partners or freelancers, unless they have acted with intent to cause damage. The amount of any liability shall be reduced by any amounts that may be obtained from any insurance taken out by the Customer, or from any contractual or indemnity undertaking made in favor of the Customer. Under no circumstances will either party be liable to compensate any indirect or consequential losses or damages or loss of opportunity, profits, data or revenue unless the respective party has been acting with gross negligence or intentionally caused damage as defined under Danish law.
Experticon may offer third party software, systems or electronic workspaces to collaborate more efficiently with the Customer. Such IT solutions will be offered based on generally acceptable security levels and standards. The Customer is advised to verify that the Customer is satisfied with the security level/standards before any such IT solutions are taken into use.
Experticon will not disclose or make public any confidential information that Experticon may receive from the Customer other than as may be required to perform the Engagement and as agreed with the Customer. Unless otherwise agreed, Experticon may disclose in marketing material and on its website that Experticon has performed services for the Customer; however, without revealing the nature of the Engagement.
Unless otherwise agreed, copyright and any other intellectual property rights in all work products that Experticon generates as part of the Engagement vest in Experticon, although the Customer has the right to use such work products for the purposes for which they are provided.
Unless otherwise agreed, both parties can terminate the Engagement with a written notice at any point of time. If the Engagement is terminated and the termination is not a result of a breach of the Terms by Experticon, the Customer is liable to compensate Experticon for the work performed under the Engagement until the time of termination as well as any costs and charges incurred by Experticon that directly relates to the Engagement.
The Engagement and relationship between Experticon and the Customer shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Denmark exclusive of any choice of law rules. Unless otherwise agreed, any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to the Engagement, relationship and/or these Terms, or the breach or validity thereof, shall be finally settled by the city court of Odense, Denmark.
1. Information on experticon.com (hereinafter ”Website”)
Experticon seeks to ensure that all information on the Website is correct and comply with all applicable rules, including intellectual property rights and other intangible rights.
If a user of the Website is of the opinion that the information on the Website is not correct or infringes certain rules, Experticon wishes to be informed thereof on firstname.lastname@example.org. In such case Experticon will correct/revise the said information.
2. Security on the Website
The Website uses the latest security technology and in general has a high security level.
Experticon can only be held liable in case of intent or gross negligence and can in no event be held liable for loss of production, loss of profits, loss of business or indirect or consequential losses of any kind relating to use of the Website.
5. Disputeresolution and choice of law
Should disputes arise between Experticon and users of the Website, such disputes shall be settled by the city court of Odense according to Danish law exclusive of any choice of law rules.
1. Company information
Experticon ApS (herefter ”Experticon”)
c/o Amalie 6 ApS
Amaliegade 6, 2. tv.
DK-1256 København K
Cell: (+45) 2280 9045
2. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file, which is stored on your computer or similar devices in order to make your computer recognizable when you visit the Website. There are no personal data in our cookies, and they cannot hold virus.
3. Delete or block cookies
You can find information on how to delete or block cookies on the website below:
http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering (in Danish)
4. The purpose of cookies on our Website
The purpose of using cookies are:
- Technical functionality, so that the Website can remember your settings.
- Traffic measurements, so we know how many visit the Website and so we are able to document this towards potential web advertisers.
access to the cookies in question:
- Google Analytics
5. Google Analytics
You can block cookies from Google Analytics here:
1. Processing of personal data
All personal data are processed in accordance with the GDPR.
Personal data are used to perform the service, to which the personal data has been collected.
The data is also used to gain more insight about you and other users of the Website.
Finally your contact details may be used to send you newsletters, information on career development/job opportunities or information on seminars and conferences held by Experticon.
If you send us your CV in the hope that we can assist you in your career development, such CV’s are only kept for a period of two (2) years, unless consent is obtained to keep the data in question for an additional two (2) year period.
Personal data on candidates used in the fulfilment of concrete positions are deleted no later than six (6) months after the recruiting process has ended. This includes tests, such as personality and cognitive test results. Personal data regarding candidates may be registered for a longer period based on consent for a period of up to two (2) years after employment, where after they are erased.
2. Your rights as a data subject
When the processing of personal data is based on a consent from you, you have the right to withdraw such consent. Such withdrawal; however, will not affect the processing or transfer of personal data prior to the withdrawal.
You have – with certain limitations according to law – a number of rights, including:
- The right of access to your personal data
- The right of rectification of incorrect personal data
- The right of erasure of personal data
- The right to restrict processing of personal data
- The right of data portability
- The right to object to processing of personal data
If you wish to exercise any of the rights above, you can contact us using the contact details above.
You also have the right to complain to a competent authority, including the Danish Data Protection Authority (Datatilsynet).
3. Protection of personal data
According to GDPR personal data need to be stored using appropriate technical and organizational security measures. Experticon stores data, including personal data, in a secure way by using reputable services providers and by ensuring that the access to data is restricted appropriately. Our security measures are controlled on an ongoing basis to determine, if data are processed adequately, and in accordance with your rights as a data subject.
Personal data are deleted or made anonymous as soon as the purpose to which the data was collected has been fulfilled.
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