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By Paul Klinger and Rachel Burnett
"a very handy, extremely thoroughly thought-through text" - European Intellectual Property Review, December 2005.
"(This publication's) importance cannot be over-estimated...an authoritative and practical reference work on the subject" - Computing
"An essential text...recommended without hesitation" - John Yates, Computers and the Law.
"Particuarly easy to use, thorough and practical...any solicitor who is called on to advise on computer contracts will find this invaluable" - New Law Journal.
"Admirably comprehensive...thoroughly recommended" - IMIS Journal.
"Comprehensive...an invaluable resource" - IT NOW May 06.
Whether you are a legal adviser, IT supplier or IT purchaser, this fully updated edition of Drafting and Negotiating Computer Contracts will ensure you have the edge in your negotiations. Covering a wide variety of IT contracts, each chapter provides an outline of the structure and contents of the contract, followed by sample clauses and drafting notes and key-point checklists. Uniquely, this enables you to develop a contract from scratch by focusing on key points and producing a skeleton draft before a fully worked draft. No other book brings you such a useful and practical approach.
2. Principles of Contract Negotiation.
3. The Legal Environment.
4. Contract Law.
5. Construction of a Computer Contract.
6. Standard 'Housekeeping' Provisions.
7. General Administrative Provisions.
9. Computer Product Supply.
12. Software Licences.
13. Source Code Deposit "Escrow" Services.
14. Maintenance and Support.
15. Consultancy Services.
16. Software Development.
17. Outsourcing Services.
18. Application Service Provision.
19. Website Development and Support.
21. Disaster Recovery.
22. Administration and Legal Risk Management.