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Negotiating Key Non-Solicitation Provisions in Vendor MSAs

Andrew Glickman, General Counsel , ex Uber, ex Sweetgreen


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Designed For:

A lawyer or business person who is negotiating the terms of a vendor MSA (particularly with an outsourced technology vendor) that contains a clause limiting your company from soliciting or hiring any employees of the vendor with which you are contracting.



This screen was drafted to identify and highlight the key provisions of a non-solicitation provision to ensure that you are not overly restricting your organization, particularly your HR and recruiting team, from hiring or soliciting prospective employees. Its primary objective is to provide users with a quick and accurate tool to spot any unfavorable terms in non-solicitation provisions that are typically very favorable to the vendor. Please note that each non-solicit clause is typically negotiated with each vendor.


Limitations, Assumptions, Details:

This screen was validated against 4 different Master Services Agreements and produced an average accuracy of 100%. This screen should be used with a lawyer, not in replacement of a lawyer. Neither Screens nor any screen author is or will provide you with legal advice. AI accuracy rates vary based on a number of factors so always double check all AI predictions.


Andrew Glickman

Andrew Glickman

Andrew is a dynamic business leader who has been the General Counsel of high growth private and public companies across a variety of industries, including technology, logistics and food & beverage. Andrew has taken two companies (Uber and Sweetgreen) through IPO and has a significant breadth of experience, particularly in governance, M&A and commercial transactions. Andrew is currently doing some part-time advising and consulting work, while continuing to the next stage of his career.