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***These Terms and conditions apply to all Users of IAH’s Services. *For the Terms of Service which specifically apply to Companies, go to the “For Companies” section of this document.***


Terms of Service Section Applicable for Companies / Employers

1) Definitions and Preamble

2) Scope of application

3) Limits of Use / Prohibited Conduct

4) IAH’s responsibilities / Functioning of the Service

5) Obligations of the Company

6) Placement / Payment

7) Non Circumvention

8) Quality of the Service / Technical Deficiencies 

9) Limitation of Availability & Liability

10) Indemnification & Intellectual Property

11) Confidentiality

12) Cessation & Term

13) Data Protection

14) Modifications to the Terms of Service

15) Governing Law / Jurisdiction

16) General Provisions



940 Stewart Drive #316, Sunnyvale State, California USA 94085 

Email: [email protected]


Terms of Service For Companies 

1) Definitions and Preamble 

a) I AM HERO INC (hereinafter referred to as “IAH” or “us” or “we” ) operates an online job marketplace platform via and other channels (may hereinafter be referred to as the “Service” ). 

b) The Service connects Companies, Institutions, Corporations, etc... which are offering employment opportunities/Jobs; (where applicable, mentioned as either; "Company” or "Companies"), and employment searchers such as candidates, students, affiliates, employees, etc... (mentioned as either; "private user" or "private users" or “Private user/candidate”), with each other in a criteria based AI Assisted Matching Service. This high performance automated system endeavors to match the right person/applicant with the right employment offer/job while using all criteria stored in its database.

c) Private users are natural persons seeking either new employment or freelance contracts through the Service. 

d) Companies are commercially registered natural persons and/or business entities searching for new employees, freelancers, private contractual offers, private person contractors and/or other such parties, through the Service. 

e) Agreement shall mean the Recruiting Partnership Agreement (RPA) and the Company Terms of Service Agreement. 


2) Scope of application

a) IAH allows the Companies to participate in the Service within the framework of the Companies' own technical and operational possibilities. IAH provides all services in connection with the Service for Companies based on these Terms of Service (hereinafter referred to as "Company Terms of Service" or “Corporate Terms of Service” or “CToS” or simply “Terms of Service”) AND The Recruiting Partnership Agreement (RPA) when one has been concluded between both parties. 

b) General terms and conditions of Companies become an integral part of the agreement between the Company and IAH, only if IAH explicitly consents to them in a written and exclusive separate agreement with a particular company. In the absence of such an agreement, IAH objects to the validity of any general terms and conditions of any Companies it conducts commercial activities for and/or with, and maintains the terms of service in this CToS and the RPA. 

c) IAH can make use of the services of autonomous third parties for the Service ("Third Party Service") such as app stores, social media networks, independent networks etc... No third party services are provided by such third parties, upon the directives of IAH. IAH does not provide nor support in any manner, any of the apps, services, conditions of use or other services provided by third parties. Third parties or IAH will identify these services in an appropriate manner. These Terms of Service are not subjugated by any issues in connection with and/or arising from third party services. All third party services are entirely subjected to their own overall terms and conditions as they are the main providers of such third party services, and consequently, IAH shall in no way or manner be held liable and/or responsible for third party services regardless of the resulting issues suffered by any of IAH’s users. 

d) Separate user accounts may be necessary for the purpose of using third party applications for mobile devices (generally referred to as "App" or "Apps") such as for example; those found in or through ("App Store"). Unless specifically identified as being IAH’s own supplied and supported applications, any other applications will be deemed or considered as being provided and supported by a third party and not part of IAH. IAH does not certify that the Service is equal in functionality and design on all mobile devices. Some functions, features and/or contents may not be available on certain devices. Private users should see the functionality description of the App/Apps they are using. Companies should see the functionality descriptions of the Apps for which they may have concerns pertinent to third party applications or services.


3) Limits of Use / Prohibited Conduct 

a) IAH provides its Services solely for use in accordance with these Terms of Service. Automated logins and/or enrollments are prohibited. Only IAH’s official customers and approved third party apps or otherwise its provided websites may be used to access and use its Services. The Company may not; host, link, create, provide or support any other options, which can be used by other persons to make use of IAH’s Service.

b) The Company is prohibited from Transferring its user account to any third parties without the prior written consent of IAH. Any such activity is strictly prohibited.. 

c) The Company is not entitled to use any mechanisms, software or means in connection with the Service, which can disrupt functions of IAH’s Services. The Company may not undertake any action, which can result in an unreasonable, perverse or excessive load of the technical capabilities of IAH’s services. In particular, the Company is not permitted to overwrite, modify or block the contents generated by IAH without having obtained IAH’s specific and explicit written permission to do so. 

d) The Company will refrain from anything that could endanger the performance and availability of the Service. 

e) By using any of IAH’s Services, the Company will not violate any applicable legal provisions such as third party rights or the criminal code or any other regulative laws. The Company assures not to upload, transmit, link or contribute any illegal or immoral contents to the Service. This includes any contents deemed as confidential and/or private such as third party confidential information, copyrighted material, member names, etc., which are either;

i) False, misleading or inaccurate; 

ii) Racist, insulting, discriminatory, sexist, pornographic or obscene;

iii) Damaging to the reputation of IAH;

iv) Susceptible of violating copyrights, brands, patents, intellectual property, the rights on a person's own image, other personal rights, third party rights or any other rights, laws, regulations, obligations and/or contractual dispositions and/or agreements. 

f) The Company is not permitted to disseminate commercial advertising for third party products or programs, to send unsolicited mass emails and unsolicited advertising in or through IAH’s Services. The Company will honor the privacy of third parties. In addition, the Company is not permitted to;

i) Disseminate in or through IAH’s Services, any unauthorized third party content which is protected by copyrights or other rights and/or refer to offers with such content;

ii) Disseminate commercial advertising for third party products or programs;

g) Any blocked corporate user is prohibited from creating a new account without having obtained the prior express written consent of IAH. If this ban was circumvented, then IAH has the right to block the account permanently without prior notice to the Company at fault.

h) IAH is entitled to forcefully discontinue any and all violations against any Section of this agreement. Furthermore, IAH is entitled to delete a Company’s user contents at its sole discretion. Relative to any contents in violation against these Terms of Service when definite indications of such violations are determined, whether illegal, discriminatory and/or otherwise prohibited, the same preventive measures apply. Moreover, there is no entitlement to the recovery of deleted content. Such claims are also voided if the restoration is not possible for technical and/or other reasons. 

i) The provisions of this or any other section of this agreement do not limit the termination right of IAH which predominantly reserves the right to immediately terminate an account at its sole discretion without prior notice to the user when it deems such action is in IAH’s best interests and/or where the account’s termination is in accordance with the dispositions of any section of this agreement. In addition, the dispositions of this agreement do not limit IAH’s  right to exercise the virtual domiciliary right. 


4) IAH’s responsibilities / Functioning of the Service 

a) IAH’s Service provides the connecting of Private users with Companies according to the highest level of AI assisted matching criteria found in its system’s database. The Service works as follows: Private user join/sign-up to the Service and create a specially enhanced profile which they make available on the IAH platform. Companies provide a specifically enhanced and complete profile after concluding an exclusive Recruiting Partnership Agreement with IAH. This profile is only visible to Private users that the Companies are especially interested in according to the requirements they have setup for their Ideal Candidate(candidates) relative to the employment offers they have submitted as defined below: 

i) Companies can browse the profile overviews of the AI selected Private users in a profile overview list and decide which candidates they are particularly interested in. Once the company has decided which candidates it wishes to contact, it purchases the complete profile information of those candidates and proceeds to apply to the respective Private users by sending an interview request through the profile’s detailed view. These interview requests come with a first, non-binding offer proposal of what compensation package the company has in mind. Private user can review the interview requests and are now able to browse the profiles of Companies that have sent the requests. The Private user/candidate can either accept or reject the interview request. If rejected, the Company may (upon consent of the Private user) re-contact him/her with a revised proposal. If accepted, IAH connects the Private user and the relative Company. 

b) Once a Private user has been viewed by a Company in the detailed view, he/she is considered as being presented or introduced by IAH (“Candidate Introduction”). If the Private user and Company had been introduced in the past three months on the same job offer before the Introduction directly or by a third party and the Company does not inform IAH about this within five business days in writing along with the substantiating material evidence establishing proof of the previous introduction, the Private user is considered to have been introduced by IAH. Previous contacts by email or the pertaining Service through which contact was established are sufficient media to constitute positive evidence in this matter. A Private user is considered to be already introduced either directly or by a third party when there is a written communication concerning the Private user, with a positive identification of the said user and the Company along with a clear identification of the opportunity to hire him/her. 

c) IAH may periodically, while under no obligation to do so, suggest a specific Private user to a Company or vice versa. The Private user is then also seen as introduced if the company accepts the suggested candidate. This can be done via third party, messaging service, email or phone. 

d) IAH’s AI assisted matching system uses its entire database to match candidates and Companies together according to the criteria it has collected from both parties, however, IAH does not under any circumstances represent, guarantee, warrant or claim in any way that Private users and/or Companies will find a perfect match through IAH’s Service since it can’t control in an absolute way, the information submitted to it by either party. It is therefore important for all users to enter as much pertinent data as possible to increase and maximize their search results.     


5) Obligations of the Company 

a) Companies shall submit the information about their Company as requested in the voluntary and compulsory fields of the sign-up form and/or as requested on the service or in specific cases, via email by IAH.  

b) IAH may add compulsory or voluntary fields periodically as it enhances its service over time. IAH may also request additional information from Companies on a case by case basis. The Company shall not transmit any user’s personal data (ie; data allowing identification of an individual) to IAH, unless data protection laws allow for such transmission or where the Company has obtained consent from the concerned parties. 

c) Unless otherwise provided in these Terms of Service, IAH will usually communicate with the Company via email. The Company shall make sure that they receive all emails sent by IAH to the address submitted in the course of the application, or at a later date. The Company will in particular configure their spam filter accordingly and regularly check all incoming emails under their submitted email address. IAH may also choose any other appropriate means of communication to contact a Private User or Company. 

d) The Company shall keep, all access data (login, passwords etc... "Access Data") for the Service, strictly confidential. The Company shall by obligation; promptly inform IAH in case they suspect or otherwise learn that an unauthorized third person and/or party is in possession of their personal private Access Data. 

e) In the case where IAH has reason to believe that an unauthorized third party is in possession of a Company’s Access Data, IAH may, acting in its sole discretion without assuming any responsibility to do so, change the Company’s Access Data without prior notice and/or block the respective Company’s account. IAH will promptly inform the concerned Company and will, upon request, communicate the new Access Data to them without undue delay. In such case, the Company cannot claim to have their initial Access Data restored. 

f) In case a third party makes use of a Company’s Access Data, with the Company being at fault of sharing or communicating their personal Access Data with said third party, the faulting Company is liable for all and any resulting actions against them, and for any damages resulting from the breach suffered either by themselves or another party. In such event, all access through the Company’s Access Data shall be considered as an access by the Company and under their entire responsibility.

g) During the term of the Agreement, the Company will not induce, or assist in the inducement of, any employee of IAH or any of its affiliates to leave their employment with IAH or any of its affiliates. This shall apply to the extent permissible under the laws and regulations of the State of California, USA.. 

h) IAH is not responsible for assisting with or providing for the obtaining of any visas, work permits, other permits, permissions, medicals or exemptions and/or other ‘country specific’ regulations, obligations, dispositions and/or requirements that may be necessary to the employ of a candidate, including such requirements such as their residency or social status unless otherwise agreed to in a written and separate agreement between IAH and the Company.

i) IAH is relying on the information provided by the Private user. Company has the obligation to satisfy itself, that the Private user is suitable for the indented job and fits Company's requirements. 


6) Placement / Payment 

a) The Company undertakes to inform IAH in writing (either via email or through the service), as soon as possible, but no later than the number of days specified in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement(RPA) if an introduced Private user is hired or otherwise contracted by the Company (“Placement”). The notification shall include a copy of the original employment contract which must include the start date, the date the contract was signed and information about the Salary as defined in Section 6.c below. IAH may contact the Company to request status updates about ongoing negotiations. The Company is responsible for issues of compliance with the laws and regulations relative to the location within which the Private User is being hired including their compliance with laws and regulations which affect the relevant Private user being hired. 

b) “Placement” shall mean any form of employment whether it is temporary employment, contractual employment, permanent employment or other use of the Private user by the Company or an undertaking affiliated with the Company including any matters relative to any laws, legislative Acts, legal conditions or other compliancy issues and/or regulations governing the employment. 

c) If the Private user/candidate is placed, (pursuant to Section 6.b above), during the period of an Introduction, IAH will receive a commission as specified in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement (RPA), of the Private user’s salary (“Salary”). Salary shall include the gross base salary or fees, bonus payments (anticipated and/or guaranteed), allowances, commissions, shift allowances, call-out allowances, inducement payments, location weighting and all other compensation the Private user receives or is anticipated to receive during the first year of his placement. Excluded is compensation paid by the Company to the employed Private user/candidate to compensate expenditures (example; visa application fees & charges, travel expenses, relocation expenses, etc...) as well as any equity, share options or similar compensation options. Bonuses based on company performance are not excluded. The Company undertakes to inform IAH about the Salary information upon notifying IAH about the placement. 

d) If the Placement is for less than twelve months, IAH’s commission will be calculated on a pro-rata basis. Subsequent hires, extensions, prolongations or similar will be added to the pro-rata calculation until the level of IAH’s commission as defined in Section 6.c is reached. This is done for a period of up to twenty-four months beginning from the date of initial placement. The Company must notify IAH pursuant to Section 6.a. 

e) Payment terms are governed by the Recruiting Partnership Agreement (RPA). 

f) The Company is approved for refunds if the Placement is terminated. A placement is adjudicated as terminated if and when the termination notice is signed and in effect within the time period specified in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement (RPA). The refund is subject to the conditions set forth in the RPA and paid out within 14 days subsequent to the issuing date of the credit note. 

g) The Company must by obligation inform IAH in writing within five business days of any rehiring or similar activity pertaining to the said Private user/candidate for a period of twelve months after the termination of his/her employment. Furthermore, in the case where the Company fails to comply with this obligation, IAH is entitled to reclaim the refund and will issue an invoice to the Company at fault. In such cases, the Payment terms of Section 6.e apply. 


7) Non Circumvention 

a) The Company explicitly agrees to strictly abstain completely from entering into a private relationship with a Private user/candidate and/or from approaching a private User/candidate either directly or indirectly through any third party regardless of whosoever the said third party may be and especially exercise this restraint of contact with any Private user through any recruiters with regard to the Placement of an introduced Private user/candidate. The period of introduction as defined in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement (RPA) shall apply. 

b) The Company is strictly forbidden to conduct any direct or indirect business relations and/or private relationships between the Company and any Private user/candidate on the IAH service platform or engage similar such contacts with private users/candidates through or in collusion with independent recruiters with regard to the IAH platform and services and its respective Private users. Any contacts, relations or business of such nature must either involve IAH as intermediary or require IAH’s prior written consent. 

c) The Company itself is under legally binding obligation under this agreement and fully responsible to follow this aforementioned commitment. The Company consents and agrees to not use any means to circumvent this and/or any other of its obligations under this CToS agreement and RPA. 

d) Breach of this clause will result in a contractual penalty to be determined by the exercise of IAH’s reasonable discretion, subject to review by an independent court in IAH’s residential country and should not be less than five times the financial loss caused through this unauthorized action with a minimum fee of $30,000 USD. 

e) An obligation to reimburse damages will thereby not be excluded. 

f) In the case where the Company can prove having entered into a business relationship with recruiters or Private users in regards to the respective Private user in question before the Introduction of the Private user/candidate through the IAH Services, the penalties, fees, charges and damages described herein shall not be enforced.  


8) Quality of the Service / Technical Deficiencies 

a) The IAH Service is an ongoing, technically progressive and continuously updated service. By innovating and advancing the Service, IAH intends to provide Companies with a constantly useful Service and pleasant Company experience. Henceforth, IAH provides the Company with the latest updated Service version available. Innovations, modifications and technical updates can affect system requirements and compatibility requirements. The Company has no claim for the maintaining or reconstruction of a specific condition and/or changes which affecting the scope of services available. As a result, any Company claims for deficiencies (in reference to the technical usability of the Service itself), shall remain irrelevant and voided. Due to the continuous innovation of the Service, IAH reserves itself the right to offer new features and/or to remove features from the Service or to change them. The Company consents to these continuous changes of the Service and declares itself satisfied with them by continuing to use the service 

b) Errors which occur through external influences such as operating errors by the Company, brute force modifications or any other types of manipulations which are not carried out by IAH are Excluded from warranty . 

c) IAH does not provide nor assume any guarantees in a legal sense for anything which is not expressively provided for in these Terms of Service


9) Limitation of Availability & Liability 

a) IAH shall be liable under the terms of this Agreement only in accordance with the provisions set out in Sections 9.a(i) to 9.a(v). Except in case of intent or gross negligence, any liability of IAH shall be disclaimed. The same applies in case of slight negligence by agents or assistants in performance. However, the foregoing does not apply in the following cases: 

i. IAH shall be unrestrictedly liable for losses caused intentionally or with gross negligence by IAH, its mandated legal representatives or senior executives and for losses caused intentionally by other IAH mandated assistants in their IAH delegated performances. In respect to gross negligence of other non-mandated assistants in their performances, IAH’s liability shall be as set forth by the California, USA state laws relevant to the specific case having arisen.  

ii. If IAH provides a warranty, it shall be liable for losses arising from the lack of any warranted characteristics up to the amount which is covered by the purpose of the warranty and which was foreseeable for IAH at the time the warranty was given. Any dispositions and/or agreements within a document which governs the warranty itself shall supersede this provision.

iii. IAH shall be unrestrictedly liable in accordance with the Product Liability laws and regulations of California State, USA concerning and affecting the IAH product and service.  

iv. IAH shall be liable for losses caused by the negligent (including simple negligence) or intentional breach of its primary obligations, its mandated legal representatives or assistants in performance. 

1. Primary obligations are the basic duties, which form the essence of the Agreement, having been decisive for the conclusion of the Agreement and on the performance of which the Company can rely. 

2. If IAH breaches its primary obligations through simple negligence, then its ensuing liability shall be limited to the amount which was foreseeable by IAH at the time the respective service was performed. 

3. Damages shall be limited to ten (10) times the fees provided under these Terms of Service in the past twelve (12) months prior to the dispute. 

b. Subject to Clause 8.1 only and other than in case of intent, IAH doesn’t accept any liability in relation to or under the Agreement nor its subject matter whether the said liability arises due to breach of contract, misrepresentation, negligence or for any other indirect damage or reasons including but not limited to any consequential damage, such as interruption of operations, interruption in business and/or loss of profit of the Company or its customers, unless such losses are explicitly specified otherwise in a separate agreement independent of these Terms of Service. 

c. Periods during which the Service is not available because of technical or other problems outside IAH’s control (such as ‘force majeure’ or third party fault) and periods during which routine maintenance works are carried out all being from the following statement excluded; IAH undertakes to assure a 98% (ninety eight percent) availability of the Service as a yearly average following its first full year of operation. IAH may restrict access to the Service if required to for network security, maintenance of network integrity and/or the prevention of severe malfunction of; the network, the software or the stored data. The Private user’s rights in case of intent or gross negligence remain unaffected. 

10) Indemnification & Intellectual Property 

a. IAH or its respective licensor is/are the exclusive owner (owners) of the rights of all contents of the Service. The unauthorized deletion, dissemination, copying or any other violation of intellectual property rights and copyrights of IAH are prosecuted under both civil and criminal law. The content is protected by national and international laws and particularly by copyright.

b. IAH grants the Company a nonexclusive, nontransferable and revocable right to use the Service solely in accordance with these Terms of Service. IAH does not grant to the Company any express or implied license to the intellectual or industrial property of IAH or its licensors, except for a limited right of use according to those outlined in these Terms of Service and for the duration of the Agreement notwithstanding the cases of breach. 

c. IAH retains all rights, interests, and title in, to and of the Service (except for any third-party content and/or licensed content included in or with the service), including but not limited to, all data (such as any usage data and compilations of data), as well as the information and software related thereto. IAH reserves all rights not expressly established in these Terms of Service. The Company acknowledge that the content, information, software and data(as previously mentioned) related to the Service are secured for IAH under copyright and akin rights and may contain trade secrets or other industrial or intellectual property owned or licensed by IAH. 

d. The Company agrees that IAH may use any information submitted to the Service to perform its obligation under and in accordance with these Terms of Service; (example; displaying work examples to other Companies), even if the information submitted is protected by either intellectual property laws or copyright.

e. The Company warrants by using the service that; it has the right to; (a) submit its information to the Service, and (b) grant IAH the right to use the information as described in this terms of service agreement.

f. Company hereby agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless IAH and their/its officers, directors, owners, subsidiaries, agents and employees against any and all actions, claims, liabilities, losses, demands, damages, settlements, judgments, costs, and expenses (including any attorneys' fees and costs) based on; (1) Any failure or breach of Agreements and the Terms of Service, including any warranty, covenant, representation, obligation or restriction made by them as a Private user herein, (2) any misuse by the Company, or by a party under the reasonable control of the Company.


11) Confidentiality 

a. Except as otherwise provided for in these Terms of Service or with the explicit written consent of IAH, the Company agrees that all information, including without limitation, the terms of any Agreement (eg; such as an RPA), any business information and/or pricing and sales information, customer lists, candidate’s resume and work examples concerning IAH or any of IAH’s other Companies, which has been provided by or on behalf of any of them shall remain strictly confidential and undisclosed and shall not be utilized either directly or indirectly by the Company for any reason or purpose other than the Company’s own participation in the Service (“Confidential Information”). 

b. The Company shall not use any information obtained from the Service to develop, enhance or operate a service that competes with any of IAH’s Services, or assist another party to do the same. 

c. After and during the term of the Agreement, neither party will use for any purpose whatsoever nor disclose to any third party, any Confidential Information of the other party. Any exception to this obligation must be obtained in advance from IAH in a written agreement. 

d. The preceding restriction doesn’t apply to information that has been independently developed by the receiving party without access to the other party’s Confidential Information or which has been rightfully received from a third party itself authorized to make such disclosure or who has been preapproved in written form, for the release of said information by the disclosing party or where the said information has become publicly known through no breach of this Section by the receiving party or when it is required to be disclosed by a competent legal or governmental authority, provided that prior to disclosure, the receiving party gives the disclosing party prompt written notice of such requirement and assists in obtaining an order to protect the information from public disclosure. 

e. IAH may use anonymized and aggregated data for marketing and statistical purposes. IAH will cumulate and anonymize data from multiple Companies before releasing such amassed data.  


12) Cessation & Term  

a. The Agreement shall commence on the date of IAH’s approval of the Company's application and shall continue thereafter until terminated as provided herein. 

b. Sections 6 and 7 and 11 shall survive any cessation of the Agreement and Section 11 shall especially survive for a period of five years.

c. Each party has the right to terminate the agreement by giving an advance notice of 7 days unless otherwise agreed in writing.

d. The parties remain free to terminate the Agreement for cause at any time. 

e. Either Party has the right to terminate the Agreement immediately by written notice if:  

i. The other Party ceases or threatens in writing to not carry on its business; 

ii. The other Party is the subject of a bankruptcy filing or makes any arrangement or composition with or assignment for the benefit of its creditors and/or becomes insolvent and/or if any of the other Party’s assets are the subject of any form of seizure, and/or either a receiver or administrator is appointed over the other’s assets and/or the other Party goes into liquidation either voluntary(other than for amalgamation or reconstruction) or compulsory when the said liquidation is not dismissed within ninety (90) days. 

f. Any standard cessation notice does not require specification of the termination reasons. Any cessation must be concluded and submitted in written form, whereby the written form is preserved by email. Upon request, the reasons for extraordinary cessation must be disclosed immediately in writing if the cessation notice did not already specify them.  


13) Data Protection 

a. IAH processes and utilizes all data collected from Private users during the performance of the Agreement and within the framework of these Terms of Service, specifically to the extent necessary to fulfil its agreement obligations appropriately, while remaining and operating in compliance and accordance with, all applicable data protection provisions. IAH’s privacy policy shall apply in matters and Issues relative to privacy protection.

b. The Company understands that the performance of the Agreement includes the making available of personal data to other users subject to these Terms of Service, (eg; making a Private user’s resume available to Companies)

c. The Company understands and agrees that IAH may contact him/her via email, phone or messaging service and suggest Companies which fit the Private user’s profile. 


14) Modifications to the Terms of Service 

a. Each login to the Service is subject to these Terms of Service by default. 

b. IAH may at its sole discretion, make modifications to these Terms of Service (including amendments) at any given time, for any reason it deems appropriate for the future of its operations, whether or not these should prove particular necessary to reflect changes in the Service or changes in the legal framework applicable to it, such as new legislation or case-law etc. IAH will nonetheless make its modifications while providing that the Company is not disadvantaged contrary to good faith.

c. IAH will notify the Company of modifications to the Terms of Service in appropriate form on the Service itself, or via email. Modifications to the Terms of Service may also be either highlighted upon first login or signaled as a message in the service itself after the modifications or amendments have been made. It is however good practice to view the update information at the end of the Terms of Service document from time to time in order to be certain to have awareness of the latest version

d. The Company may dispute modifications to the Agreement within a time period of two weeks following receipt of the notification of the modifications or the possibility of having taken notice thereof within the two week limit. It is recommended that the Company submits its opposition in writing (for example via email) to IAH as early as possible.

e. The modifications to the Terms of Service become binding in the event that the Company (1) does not dispute the modifications within the above-mentioned time period or (2) continues to use the Service after the above mentioned period

f. IAH will inform the Company concerning the possibility of disputing modifications they do not agree with and any legal consequences resulting from the modifications including those resulting from a lack of opposition to them, following notification to the Company by IAH about the modifications to the Terms of Service having been made.

g. If the Company disputes the modifications in time, each party may terminate the Agreement with prior notice of one month unless cessation is possible at any time according to Section 12. Until cessation, the Agreement in their former version will govern the Company’s relationship with IAH. The Company does not have any other right of claims against IAH concerning modifications to the Terms of Service unless otherwise specifically specified in the Terms of Service document in force or in a separate written agreement between the parties.

h. Any modifications to the terms of the Recruiting Partnership Agreement must be made in writing and agreed to by both parties. 


15) Governing Law / Jurisdiction 

a. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of California State, USA. The Company irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the California State courts in the USA over any claim, dispute or matter arising under or in connection with this Agreement or its enforceability. 

16) General Provisions 

a. The Agreement contains the entire agreement between IAH and the Company with respect to the subject matter it encompasses, and supersedes all prior and/or contemporaneous agreements or understandings, written or oral. Terms and conditions set forth by the Company do not in any way become part of the Agreement unless IAH has accepted them and consented to them in a separate written agreement.

b. The Company must not assign or transfer the Agreement or any or all of its rights thereunder without the prior written consent of IAH. Any or all of IAH’s obligations and rights under the Agreement may be assigned to a subsequent owner or operator of the Service in a sale, merger or acquisition of all or substantively all of IAH’s assets. In such case, the Agreement will inure to the benefit of and be binding on the successors, valid assigns and legal representatives of the parties hereto.

c. With exception of that which has been set forth in Section 14 above, the (RPA)Agreement may not be modified without the prior written consent of both parties. Any amendments, the abrogation of or modifications to the (RPA)Agreement (in part or in its entirety) necessitate written form either by email, letter or fax and the requisite of written form can only be waived in written form.

d. The English version of these Terms of Service is decisive. 

e. By submitting the completed Recruiting Partnership Agreement (signed in writing or electronically), the Company affirms and acknowledges that it has read these Terms of Service in their entirety and agrees to be bound by all of its terms and conditions. If the Company does not wish to be bound by these Terms of Service, it should not join or submit an application to join the Service. 

f. No consent or waiver by IAH under these Terms of Service shall be considered effective unless provided in writing and signed by a duly authorized and appointed representative of IAH. IAH’s failure to act with respect to a breach by any Company does not waive IAH's right to act with respect to the breach and/or similar or subsequent breaches.

g. Each party to this Agreement is deemed to be an independent contractor in relation to any other party with respect to all matters arising under this Corporate Terms of Service Agreement. Nothing herein shall be deemed to establish a joint venture relationship between the parties.

h. Section headings used in these Corporate Terms of Service are simply general terms used for convenience purposes only and shall in no means or way affect the interpretation of the Agreement.

i. The English version of these Terms of Service is the decisive version and will supersede any other meanings resulting from its translation.

j. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the parties, by submitting an application to join the Service, the Company affirms and acknowledge that they have read and understood these Terms of Service in their entirety and agrees to be bound by all of its terms and conditions. If a Company does not wish to be bound by these Terms of Service, they should not join nor submit an application to join the Service.

k. All Terms and conditions in the ToS sections for Private Users which are either unclear in the “For Companies” Sections or which are not included or found in the CToS, also apply in their full extent to Companies whenever and wherever they are or can be applicable. IAH reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to determine whether or not any terms and conditions apply or don’t apply to Companies.

This ToS Agreement was last revised on 25.09.2017 

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