Webinar: Top 5 Mistakes Lawyers Make in Cloud Computing Agreements.
Updated: Sep 24, 2019
By David Tollen
Tech buyers often misunderstand contract terms about data. So they don’t protect themselves in agreements about software-as-a-service and other types of cloud computing. I see the resulting weak contracts in my work as a lawyer, and I teach businesspeople and lawyers to do better in my courses on tech contracts. One of the key lessons is: “Ask better questions.” This webinar offers questions you should ask about your data—questions for your lawyer, contract manager, vendor, or for yourself.
David Tollen is one of the industry’s leading authorities on IT contracts. He’s a lawyer and the founder of Tech Contracts Academy, which provides training on IT contracts – for contract managers, procurement officers, and IT staff, as well as for lawyers. He’s also the author of the ABA’s bestselling manual on IT agreements, The Tech Contracts Handbook: Cloud Computing Agreements, Software Licenses, and Other IT Contracts for Lawyers and Businesspeople. David practices law with Sycamore Legal, P.C., a San Francisco firm he founded. He represents buyers and sellers in IT contracts. He also provides advice and assistance related to data security, e-commerce, and IP.
David graduated with honors from Harvard Law School and has degrees from Cambridge University and U.C. Berkeley.