Drafting Software Hosting Agreements: Service Availability, Performance, Data Security, and Other Key Provisions From U.S. and European Perspectives
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide business and technology counsel for drafting software hosting agreements. The panel will discuss critical clauses to include in the contracts, including provisions on service availability, performance and data security.
- Drafting key provisions in software hosting agreements
- Recent legal developments and business trends impacting software hosting agreements
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the principal questions counsel must consider before undertaking the negotiation and drafting of a software hosting agreement?
- What contract terms are most important to include in software hosting agreements?
- What strategies can be used to resolve commonly disputed issues during the negotiation of software hosting agreements?
Ms. Berton specializes in technology, telecommunications, media and outsourcing projects and has over 10 years of... | Read More
Ms. Berton specializes in technology, telecommunications, media and outsourcing projects and has over 10 years of experience advising on commercial, IP and IT issues. She represents a wide array of entrepreneurs and private companies in complex business transactions as well as advising them on their ongoing needs as they arise in the areas of intellectual property, information technology, outsourcing, procurement, e-commerce and data protection. Ms. Berton frequently advises both suppliers and acquirers on a range of technology related contracts, including IT and outsourcing contracts and complex technology procurements, and is experienced in assisting on multinational large scale outsourcing projects.Close
Kristie D. Prinz
The Prinz Law Office
Ms. Prinz is a technology and life sciences IP business lawyer and the founder of The Prinz Law Office in Silicon... | Read More
Ms. Prinz is a technology and life sciences IP business lawyer and the founder of The Prinz Law Office in Silicon Valley. Ms. Prinz’s practice focuses on providing technical IP business advice to early stage start-ups and more established mid-market companies in the software, SaaS, technology, and health technology industries. Ms. Prinz is the author of the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog and a regular speaker on software, SaaS and technology contracting business issues. Ms. Prinz is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and is licensed to practice law in the states of California and Georgia.Close