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Negotiating Software and Technology Contracts 2020

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Software and technological concerns present a variety of legal issues for businesses in many diverse industries, and technology’s impact on business law will only increase over time.

Each year, businesses become more reliant on cloud services and software they developed or licensed, risks of data breaches become more apparent, and more jurisdictions introduce laws and regulations in this area.

Join us and learn techniques for representing your clients in contract negotiations involving these issues in a compliant manner that protects their interests.

Negotiating and drafting contracts for developing and licensing software
Buying software as a service (SAAS)
Cloud computing services, artificial intelligence services and other technologies
Use of open source software and associated obligations
When to start paying for software maintenance and support, data security and breaches
Software escrow accounts especially for SAAS
IP indemnity clauses and exceptions
Software/technology technical specifications
IP creation and ownership and overly broad licenses to underlying intellectual property

Recorded live in February 2020.

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Michael D. Ecker Esq. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC (Phila)
Stephen M. Foxman Esq. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC (Phila)
Joseph C. Guagliardo Esq. Dentons US LLP (NY)
Roger J. LaLonde Esq. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC (Phila)
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