set forth in the applicable New University Budget. Any use of a Party’s trademarks or logos contemplated by a Marketing Plan shall be done in accordance with the provisions of Article 8 of this Agreement and such Party’s brand usage guidelines.
6. Compliance with Laws and Policies.
6.1 FERPA; GLB.
New University acknowledges that, in order to perform certain of the Support Functions requested under this Agreement, it will be necessary and desirable for Contributor to have Access to personally identifiable information of students and prospective students of New University, and of New University employees, that is subject to the provisions of the Family Educational Privacy & Rights Act (“FERPA”), 20 U.S.C. § 1232g, the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, 15 U.S.C. § 6801 et seq. (the “GLB”) and/or any other applicable Laws. New University and Contributor agree to maintain and use all such information in material compliance with the requirements of all such Laws, including taking required steps to comply with the requirements of 34 C.F.R. 99.31(a)(1) with respect to information protected by FERPA that may be disclosed to a party to whom an institution has outsourced institutional services or functions.
6.2 Compliance with Law; Changes in Law.
(a) Compliance with Law. Each Party will be responsible for compliance with: (i) Law applicable to such Party and its business and operations; and (ii) with respect to Contributor, Law applicable to the performance and delivery of the Support Functions and, with respect to New University, Law applicable to performance and operation of the university. Each Party also will comply with the specific requirements of any Law, which is primarily applicable to the other Party (“Primary Party”), to the extent: (1) compliance by such Party in connection with the performance of its obligations under this Agreement is necessary for the Primary Party to remain in compliance with such Law and (2) the Primary Party specifically identifies such specific requirements in writing to such other Party, including through this Agreement.
(b) Changes in Law. The Parties will work together to identify the effect of changes in Law on New University and Support Functions performed under this Agreement, and the respective operations and businesses of each Party, and each Party will give notice to the other Parties of any such change in Law. With respect to any change in Law that affects any of the Academic Functions or Support Functions performed under this Agreement, the Advisory Committee will discuss, and recommend to New University for consideration, modifications to the Academic Functions or Support Functions necessary to comply with such change in Law, and modifications to the New University Budget to allocate costs associated with actions necessary to comply with such changes in Law. Subject to the consent of the New University Board of Trustees, the applicable Party will implement in a timely manner any modifications necessary to comply with such change in Law.
Neither Contributor nor its Affiliates (nor third party service providers) shall be required to provide any Support Functions to the extent that providing such Support Functions would require Contributor or its Affiliates (or the third party service providers) to violate any Law; provided, however, that promptly upon learning of such circumstance, Contributor shall deliver to New University written notice of such potential violation, and Contributor and the Parties shall reasonably cooperate to mitigate the impact of Contributor being unable to provide such Support Functions, including the development and implementation of a reasonable work-around.