7.2. During the internship period, the internship may be terminated by the Company with a period of 7 days and by the trainee with a period of 1 day. 8. Representations and guarantees. Both parties state that they have full authority to conclude this agreement. The performance and obligations of one of the contracting parties do not infringe or infringe the rights of third parties or violate other agreements between the parties, individually, and any other person, organization or company, or any other law or administrative regulation. Internally, representation is also represented by the fact that he is duly empowered to work in the United States and Europe and is able to work. “Inventions” are discoveries, developments, concepts, designs, ideas, know-how, improvements, inventions, trade secrets and/or original works of intellectual property, whether patentable, copyrighted or protected by law. You understand that this includes all new products, machinery, manufacturing items, biological materials, processes, technical, technical, use, equipment, device, device, device, system, connection, formulation, material composition, design or configuration of any kind. You understand that “corporate inventions” refer to all inventions that you can write, discover, develop, design or reduce to practice, exclusively or collectively during the internship.

6.2. The copyright of the software developed by the trainee as part of the organization of the internship is transferred to the company without compensation and without restrictions. The copyright on the other creations produced by the intern during the internship is also the property of the company. Without restriction, the company has the right to modify the works transferred to the company and the company is fully authorized to transfer these rights to third parties. In addition, the company is not required to make use of these rights. “confidential information,” information and physical material that is not known or available outside the company, as well as information and physical equipment entrusted to the company with confidence by third parties. Confidential information includes, without restriction: (i) corporate inventions (as defined below); (ii) technical data, trade secrets, know-how, research ideas or plans, software codes and projects, developments, inventions, lab notebooks, procedures, formulas, techniques, biological materials, masquerades, designs and designs, information on the physical configuration, lists or information about the company`s staff, trainees and consultants (including, but not limited to the names, jobs, remuneration and expertise of these trainees, employees and consultants), lists or information about suppliers and customers (including, but not limited to, customers of the company with whom you called or with whom you knew during the internship) , price lists, price methods, cost data, market share data, marketing plans, licenses, contract information, business plans, financial forecasts, historical financial data, budgets or other business information that are communicated to you directly or directly by the company, whether in writing, electronically, orally or by observation.