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By David W. Tollen This is the fifth in a series of five posts on Open Source in Software Procurement. Click here for the prior post, and click here for the... read more →
A South Carolina Law Review article cites The Tech Contracts Handbook -- and in fact relies upon it heavily. The article is THE UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE LOOKS AT DATA BREACH CONTRACT CLAUSES:... read more →
By Phil Brown and David W. Tollen Lawyers love tradition, but many clients want to communicate with 21st Century tools. Texting, Skyping, SnapChatting: all of these would mystified most lawyers... read more →
Capterra's IT Management Blog just published an article by David Tollen: 5 Simple Rules for Negotiating Software and IT Contracts. It's a customer-focused articles, addressing five mistakes customers tend to... read more →
Here's a good post on transfers of European private data to U.S. computers (from BakerHostetler). Of course, it's in response to the October 6 decision by the E.U.'s Court of... read more →
Most IT contract drafters know the difference between a software license agreement and a technology services contract. In a license, the customer gets rights to copy and use software, while... read more →
When one party has to protect information belonging to the other, we tend to pull out a nondisclosure agreement: an NDA. Or if we don't want a separate NDA, we... read more →