This Code of Conduct defines the minimum standards of business conduct and business practices with which EARA expects you to comply in regards to your business relationship with EARA Technologies Inc. (or one or more of its subsidiaries) (“EARA”) including without limitation marketing, remarketing (or “reselling”) or your involvement in an opportunity which results in the sale of products or services provided by EARA (“Activities”). If applicable laws and regulations are more permissive than this Code of Conduct, you are expected to comply with this Code of Conduct. If applicable laws and regulations are more restrictive, you must always comply with those legal requirements.
By establishing this Code of Conduct and making it part of your relationship with EARA, we are acknowledging your critical role in defining and protecting our most valuable collective asset—the trust that our clients, investors, colleagues, and communities place in EARA and our business associates. You must ensure that this Code of Conduct and any changes to this Code of Conduct (and other relevant information and related on-going education) are provided to your employees and contractors who work with EARA personnel or contractors who are involved in your Activities and that your employees and contractors are aware of the obligations that apply under this Code of Conduct. Similarly, EARA expects you to have your own conduct guidelines with your employees and contractors who work with EARA personnel or who are involved in Activities.
The industry and markets which we serve continue to undergo significant changes. As a result, these changes make the ways in which we do business more complex and constantly present new regulatory, ethical, and legal challenges. You must demonstrate the highest ethical principles in all your Activities and avoid engaging in any activity that involves even the appearance of impropriety. This Code of Conduct is not legal advice or legal guidance. You should consult with a licensed attorney for questions regarding the legal requirements that apply to your Activities.
EARA may change this Code of Conduct at any time by posting a revised Code of Conduct on EARA’s Internet website at Code of Conduct page or by providing you with notice as otherwise provided in a written agreement between you and EARA. You should monitor the website regularly for changes to this Code of Conduct.