March 12 Webinar: Top 7 Worries for Customers in Technology Contracts

On March 12, Tech Contracts Academy offers a webinar focusing  on the top worries customers have in technology contracts, including artificial intelligence (AI) contracts. It suits those on the vendor side too – to help better understand  customers’ contract terms and negotiating positions.

Scheduling conflict? Recording access will be available for a limited time (2 weeks following live program, upon request). 

Our trainings, both live and on-demand, cover a wide variety of topics to build – and keep current – your tech contracting skills. All taught by David Tollen, there’s something for everyone within your organization involved in drafting and negotiating technology contracts – attorneys and businesspeople.

Top 7 Worries for Customers in Contracts about Software, AI, and Other IT (March 12)

Our trainings generally strive to discuss both contracting parties’ points of view. But once in a while, we look particularly at the needs of one side. In this webinar, we’ll address the key concerns for customers in contracts about artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and other forms of software. But this program isn’t just for customers and those representing them. It is valuable also for vendors – and those representing them.  

Topics covered include:

  • Negotiating SLA terms and specifications
  • The limit of liability and its many exceptions
  • Indemnification — what matters and what doesn’t
  • Privacy terms and the separate question of privacy compliance
  • And more …
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Tech Contracts On-Demand Courses

Tech Contracts Academy’s On-Demand library is our newest offering. Just like our live programs, our On-Demand programs train you to draft and negotiate technology contracts – better, faster, with more confidence. And they do more – serving as a video reference guide you can use over and over – a full year’s access.

Broken into clause or topic-based segments, you can easily find your answers. Multiple On-Demand programs are available now, on topics ranging from contracts for AI, to cloud services contracts’ common mistakes, to key liability terms, to indemnities – with more coming soon.

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CLE. Tech Contracts Master Classes™ and Tech Contracts Academy’s webinars 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 for Tech Contracts Academy’s programs (e.g., slides, presenter’s biography) may assist students’ self-submission efforts. Check here for more details about CLE. 

Discounts: See program registration pages for information about group discounts (teams of five or more from same company, for same live Tech Contracts Academy program: 10% off a full live Master Class series; 15% off any live webinar; inapplicable to Tech Contracts Academy On-Demand). Contact [email protected] for more information, and to obtain a discount code prior to enrolling. (Only one discount code/coupon per program may be used.)

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, The Tech Contracts Handbook (ABA Publishing; 3rd ed. 2021). 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 protected] 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.

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