By David W. Tollen Many tech contracts require that one party indemnify the other against claims “resulting from the Indemnitor's negligence or other wrongdoing.” In other words, the indemnity obligation gets... read more →
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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 →
By David W. Tollen This is the fourth in a series of five posts on Open Source in Software Procurement. Click here for the prior post, and click here for the intro, which... read more →
We’ve posted a new contract in the forms library — and it’s available in MS Word (no charge, as always). It's meant to serve as a customer's primary contract for... 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 →
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 →