Computer Contracts: Principles and Precedents

Computer Contracts: Principles and Precedents

By Gordon Hughes, Anna Sharpe


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Date: 19/10/2004

Code: 41167275

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Computer Contracts: Principles & Precedents, which has a national and international focus, provides a broad range of continuously updated template and sample technology agreements and supporting commentary. First published in 2004, this publication is regularly updated throughout each calendar year online and in print. Each template contract is drafted with a checklist of key clauses making it easy to advise on specific situations. Many sample terms are provided from all the one perspective, for example supplier-focused terms and client/customer-perspectives.

Commentary covers policy, legislative and case law developments on contract law, intellectual property issues, remedies and taxation, with specific focus on important industry developments, internet and contemporary regulatory issues, spam, defamation, crime, censorship, copyright and privacy.

There are over 100 sample precedents ranging from the standards of software licensing, IT services and hardware supply contracts, to walk bespoke transaction types, such as: 3D Printing Service Agreements, SaaS and PaaS cloud terms, ePublishing terms, Firewall Management Agreements, Privacy Policies and Acceptable Use Policies for online sites.

The text includes relevant government and industry papers reporting or influencing policy developments in the IT sector. Commentary is regularly updated to reference cases.

This service is an important resource for a wide range of users who need to access template IT contracts or keep up-to-date with legal issues relating to them.

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