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. 4.1. The internship is linked to an educational and therefore unpaid purpose. I am pleased to offer you a summer internship position at Company Name (the “company”). In addition to confirming the offer, this letter also describes the terms of your internship. At-Will Agreement: Your internship in the company is “At-Will.” Therefore, this letter should not be construed or interpreted as guaranteeing a certain amount or type of compensation, the continuation of an internship or future employment. Therefore, the recitation of certain periods in this letter serves exclusively to define this internship. You or the company can terminate this agreement at any time by providing a written notification (including by email) to the other party. Each time the agreement ceases, the copyright and confidentiality assignments section applies below for an indefinite period.

Type of internship: By signing below, you acknowledge that you have agreed to participate in this unpaid internship. Note that if you receive a credit from your school for participating in an internship, we will be happy to work with you to meet all the requirements to get credits. 8.1. The intern is required to respect professional confidentiality and is therefore required not to disclose to third parties information about internal affairs, business types, types of business, trade secrets or any other information relating to the company or business relationships of the company, including customers who have not yet been disclosed. See sections 3 and 23 of the Danish Marketing Practices Act. 9.1. The contracting parties agree that Danish courts have sole jurisdiction over disputes arising in the course of the internship. The parties agree that INSERT NAME OF COURT is, at first instance, exclusively competent for litigation and that the rules of Danish law apply. “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 drawings, hardware configuration information, lists or personnel information , company interns and consultants (including, but not limited to the names, jobs, salaries and expertise of these interns, employees and consultants), lists or information about suppliers and clients (including, but not limited to clients of the company with whom you called or with whom you met 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.