Lawyers, contract managers, and other professionals negotiating and administering information technology contracts benefit from our on-line Tech Contracts Master Classes. So do the companies that engage them. Start the new year right, invest in fresh tech contracting skills. And earn CA CLE.
Starting January 10, join industry expert David Tollen to explore clauses typically found in SaaS contracts, software licenses, and other information technology contracts. Scheduling conflict? Recordings are available for a limited time.
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Tech Contracts Master Classes: January 2023
- Prime Clauses: License, Subscription, IP Transfer, Payment (Jan. 10).
- General Clauses: Data Management, SLAs, Confidentiality, and other General Clauses (Jan. 12)
- Key Liability Terms: Including Indemnities, Warranties, and Limits of Liability (Jan. 19)
- 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 (including individualized Tech Contracts Academy Certificates), and a 35% discount on The Tech Contracts Handbook, authored by our presenter (when purchased direct from its publisher).
CA CLE credit is available – 8 hours for the series, 2 hours per class. (Our materials may also help students in other jurisdictions with their CLE self-submission efforts).
Scheduling conflict? Access to recordings will be available to registrants upon request (for a set 30 day period that starts shortly after each class).
Master Class Focus: Key Liability Terms
After examining Prime Clauses on January 10, and General Clauses on January 12, Master Class students next explore Key Liability Terms. Join us on January 19 for the 3rd of the four Master Classes. Topics include: warranties, indemnities, limits of liability, provider liability for 3rd parties, liquidated damages.
Master Class Focus: End-Game & Special Clauses
Finally, the January Tech Contracts Master Class series will come to a close on January 26, with End-Games. Topics include: Term & termination; transition and deconversion; non-solicit and noncompete; dispute management, mediation, arbitration, waiver of class actions, jury trials; ancillary IP terms; assignment, change of control, divestiture; choice of law and courts; order of precedence; amendment; open source software.
More curriculum details about all the Master Classes are available via the sign-up button.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for a discount code. (Only one discount code may be used per registration).
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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.