The month starts off with our April 4th webinar, Indemnities in Technology & Other Commercial Contracts, where we will do a deep dive on this often misunderstood topic.
And April 18th, our next Tech Contracts Master Class series begins. Four online classes, two hours each, taking place on Tuesdays over the course of 5 weeks (one week break halfway through). Join us and get better prepared to negotiate contracts about software, cloud services, and professional services.
Taught by industry expert David Tollen, all programs include live Q&A (based on students’ written questions during the program); a copy of the slides; a certificate of attendance; and access to the recording (upon request — two weeks for webinars, 30 days for Master Classes). We hope you will join us.
Spring 2023 Master Class™ Series
Taken together, our four online Tech Contracts Master Classes will prepare you to negotiate contracts about software, cloud services, and professional services more confidently and efficiently, and help you avoid common pitfalls:
Prime Clauses (April 18): A contract’s central promise and transaction. The promise of cloud services; license to on-premise software; promise of professional services. Frequently, contracts have a combination. And … the promise to pay.
General Clauses (April 25): Commercial clauses (such as technical specifications, SLAs, business continuity and disaster recovery, non-disclosure) and data clauses (including location, security, incidents, privacy, audits).
Key Liability Terms (May 9): Warranties, indemnities, limits of liability, provider liability for 3rd parties, and liquidated damages.
End-Game & Special Clauses (May 16): Term & termination; transition and deconversion; non-solicits and noncompetes; 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.
April 4th Webinar on Indemnities
Have questions about indemnities in commercial contracts? We’ve got resources for you:
Check out David Tollen’s recent blog post, Insurance Companies Give Nuclear Indemnities; Tech Vendors Should Not.
In our 1.5 hour Indemnities in Technology & Other Commercial Contracts webinar about third-party claims, we’ll cover issues common to commercial contracts, with a focus on technology contracts.
CLE: Continuing Legal Education credit is available in California for Master Classes, and the Indemnities in Technology & Other Commercial Contracts webinar.
Presenter: Our instructor is David Tollen, attorney, founder of Tech Contracts Academy® LLC , instructor at U.C. Berkeley Law School, expert witness, and author of the American Bar Association’s bestseller, The Tech Contracts Handbook (ABA Publishing; 3rd ed. 2021).
Master Classes are available individually, but an automatic discount is applied when enrolling in the series.
Teams: 15% discount available if 5 or more from your company register for a webinar; 10% for a Master Class series. Contact info@TechContracts.com for code.
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CLE. Tech Contracts Master Classes™ and the Indemnities in Technology & Other Commercial Contracts webinar are approved for Continuing Legal Education credit in California. Licensed elsewhere? Jurisdictions (and professions) differ as to whether students may apply individually for continuing education credit, and what is required. Materials we make available (e.g., slides, presenter’s biography) may assist students’ self-submission efforts. Click here for more details about CLE.
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, 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. Contact us here or email email@example.com for more information about training for just your team.
Our programs provide general education, not legal advice. This communication is not, and our programs are not, advertising to provide legal services. Only one discount code may be used per registration.