Need CA CLE, and Tech Contract Training?

David Tollen’s courses about technology contracts offer practical knowledge, in a convenient format, for businesspeople and lawyers. And, they are a great way to earn continuing legal education (CLE) credit. 

Remaining 2022 trainings: In our one hour webinar on Nov. 17, David Tollen demystifies the often-misunderstood role of professional services in tech contracts. And, for a free resource, check out David’s next LinkedInLive conversation on Nov. 29:  Hard Issues in Tech Indemnities.

Planning for 2023? Need CA CLE, especially if you have a January 31, 2023 reporting deadline? Enrollment is now open for our January 2023 Master Class series.

Tech Contracts Master Classes: January 2023

These four distance learning classes, each two hours, comprehensively cover clauses typically found in information technology contracts. CA CLE credit is available – 8 hours for the series, 2 hours per class.

  1. Prime Clauses: License, Subscription, IP Transfer, Payment (Jan. 10) 
  2. General Clauses: Data Management, SLAs, Confidentiality, and other General Clauses (Jan. 12) 
  3. Key Liability Terms: Including Indemnities, Warranties, and Limits of Liability (Jan. 19)
  4. End-Game and Special Clauses: Disputes, Termination, Special Terms, and OSS (Jan. 26)

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 set 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

One hour CLE credit available, in CA and MN. Registration includes live Q&A (written questions via chat feature), the slides, and certificates of attendance.

Scheduling conflict? 

Access to the recordings will be available to registrants upon request, for a set 2 week period (that starts shortly after the class).

Group Discounts. Register 5 or more from the same company for the same program and receive 15% off webinars, and 10% off a Master Class series (after the 10+% automatic series discount). Contact [email protected] for a discount code. (Only one discount code may be used per registration).

Follow us on LinkedIn, and be among the first to know about programs, including free LinkedIn Live conversations. Next up: Nov. 29, 2022: Hard Issues in Tech Indemnities. And, recordings are still available on LinkedIn of prior conversations, for example, August 30, 2022: Top Mistakes in SaaS Contracts. 

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CLE. Click here for more details about Continuing Legal Education credit. See jurisdiction(s) for which CLE credit has been approved for our programs, or for which an application may be pending. If your jurisdiction is not listed: Jurisdictions (and professions) differ as to whether students may apply individually for continuing education credit, and what is required.

Our presenter. David Tollen founded Tech Contracts Academy® LLCAn 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.

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