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We know our webinars and Master Classes on tech contracting issues – all presented by industry expert David Tollen – offer terrific value, whether you are new to the area, experienced, or in between. But don’t take it from us – consider what prior students have to say:
Love it – so pragmatic. I’ve recommended it to several colleagues.
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Registration is available now for the four-part Tech Contracts Master Class™ series (Oct. 26 – Nov. 16) and IT Professional Services Contracts webinar (Nov. 17). Each is approved for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in California and Minnesota. Join us.
Tech Contracts Master Classes: Oct. 26-Nov.16
These four distance learning classes, each two hours, comprehensively cover clauses typically found in information technology contracts:
- Prime Clauses: License, Subscription, IP Transfer, Payment (Oct. 26) Missed it live? Recording access available for limited time (through Nov. 27)
- General Clauses: Data Management, SLAs, Confidentiality, and other General Clauses (Nov. 2)
- Key Liability Terms: Including Indemnities, Warranties, and Limits of Liability (Nov. 9)
- End-Game and Special Clauses: Disputes, Termination, Special Terms, and OSS (Nov. 16)
Enroll in all four for automatic 10+% discount. Or take individual classes. Each includes live Q&A (written questions via chat feature), the slides, certificates of attendance – and a 35% discount on The Tech Contracts Handbook, authored by our presenter (when purchased direct from its publisher).
Scheduling conflict? Access to recordings will be available to registrants upon request, for a 30 day period (that starts shortly after each class).
IT Professional Services Contracts: Nov. 17
Agreements for implementation, cloud migration, and other services lie at the center of technology contracting, yet the role of professional services is often misunderstood.
In this one hour webinar — IT Professional Services Contracts: Typical Terms and Mistakes in Contracts for Implementation, Customization, and More — David Tollen will address:
- Distinguishing professional and cloud services
- Drafting SoW service descriptions
- Delivery, Acceptance, and Milestones
- Professional services indemnities
- Nonsolicits and noncompetes
Registration includes live Q&A (written questions via chat feature), the slides, and certificates of attendance.
Access to the recordings will be available to registrants upon request, for a 2 week period (that starts shortly after the class).
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Our presenter. David Tollen founded Tech Contracts Academy® LLC. An attorney, instructor at U.C. Berkeley Law School, and expert witness, he authored the American Bar Association’s perennial bestseller (our recommended reading), The Tech Contracts Handbook. It is available from Amazon here, and other retailers.
Tech Contracts Academy® is a professional training company, created to bring confidence and expertise to professionals responsible for technology contracts. It provides public and in-house training on drafting and negotiating IT agreements.
Our programs provide general education, not legal advice. This communication is not, and our programs are not, advertising to provide legal services.