Big Data Use and Licensing Agreements: Key Contractual Provisions
Navigating Issues of Anonymization, Due Diligence and Salting the Database
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide corporate and technology counsel for using and licensing big data. The panel will discuss practical considerations when using big data, including anonymization, due diligence and salting the database. The panel will also explain critical contractual provisions in big data licenses, such as warranties, indemnification, limitation of liability and audit rights, that help minimize risks.
- What is big data?
- Using big data
- Case studies
- Practical considerations
- Due diligence
- Salting the database
- Issue spotting
- Legal considerations
- Licensing big data—key contractual provisions
- Information security requirements
- Limitation of liability
- Audit rights
The panel will review these and other relevant issues:
- What is big data and what are the principal sources and uses for businesses?
- What legal risks arise for companies in obtaining and using big data for revenue generation?
- What provisions are critical in big data licensing agreements to maximize rights to big data and minimize legal risks?
VLP Law Group
Ms. Krasnow practices in the areas of domestic and cross-border privacy and data security, technology transactions, and... | Read More
Ms. Krasnow practices in the areas of domestic and cross-border privacy and data security, technology transactions, and M&As. Her clients are based in the U.S., Canada and the UK. In the technology transactions area, Ms. Krasnow works together with companies on negotiating and documenting technology and commercial transactions, including MSAs, NDAs, BAAs, data license agreements (DLAs)/big data initiatives and EU data processor agreements. She also counsels companies on HIPAA, FERPA, financial services regulatory laws, state laws, the EU General Data Protection Regulation, PCI DSS, NIST, the CAN SPAM Act and the TCPA.Close
Michael R. Overly
Foley & Lardner
Mr. Overly focuses his practice on drafting and negotiating technology related agreements, software licenses, hardware... | Read More
Mr. Overly focuses his practice on drafting and negotiating technology related agreements, software licenses, hardware acquisition, development, disaster recovery, outsourcing agreements, information security agreements, e-commerce agreements, and technology use policies. He counsels clients in the areas of technology acquisition, information security, electronic commerce, and on-line law. He is the co-author of A Guide to IT Contracting: Checklists, Tools and Techniques (CRC Press, 2012).Close