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19.

Governing Law and Venue:

The Laws of the State of California shall govern this Agreement. Venue is San Joaquin County. The provision of this paragraph shall survive expiration or other termination of this Agreement regardless of the cause of such termination.

20.

Documents:

All drawings, specifications, documents and other memoranda or writings relating to the work and services hereunder, shall remain or become the property of the COUNTY whether executed by or for the CONTRACTOR for COUNTY, or otherwise by or for the CONTRACTOR, or by or for a subcontractor operating under the CONTRACTOR’S supervision, or direction, and all such documents and copies thereof shall be returned or transmitted to COUNTY forthwith upon COUNTY written demand, termination or completion of the work under this Agreement.

21.

Work Product:

COUNTY and CONTRACTOR acknowledge and agree that “Work Product”, and all components of it, provided or developed by CONTRACTOR hereunder or in connection herewith shall constitute “works made for hire” within the meaning of Title 17 United States Code Section 101 et seq. (the “Copyright Act”), and all right, title, and interest in and to the Custom Products shall vest in the COUNTY immediately upon development. To the extent any such Custom Products may not be the sole and exclusive property of the COUNTY and/or may not be a “work made for hire” as defined in the Copyright Act upon development, then CONTRACTOR agrees to and hereby does sell, transfer, grant and assign to the COUNTY all copyrights, patents, trade secrets, inventions, and other proprietary rights, title, and interest in and to such Custom Products upon development. On all written material, whether in print, electronic, or any media form, constituting “Work Product”, CONTRACTOR shall place or cause to be placed the following legend preferably in the lower right corner:

© 2010 County of San Joaquin. All rights reserved.

22.

Data Security – Confidentiality

a.

Acknowledgment of access to information characterized as covered data

Contractor acknowledges that its contract/purchase order (“Agreement”) with the County of San Joaquin, California( “County”) may allow the Contractor access to confidential County information or County provided information including, but not

limited

to,

personal

information,

records,

data,

or financial

information

notwithstanding the manner in which or from whom it is received by Contractor (“Covered Data”) which is subject to state laws that restrict the use and disclosure of County information, including the California Information Practices Act (California Civil Code Section 1798 et seq.), California Constitution Article 1, Section 1, and other existing relative or future adopted State and/or Federal requirements. Contractor shall maintain the privacy of, and shall not release, Covered Data without full compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, County policies, and the provisions of this Agreement. Contractor agrees that it

Airport Terminal Car Rental Concession Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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