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Morgan and Burden on IT Contracts 9th ed


ISBN13: 9780414028586
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847036117
Published: December 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: £286.00 + £5.72 VAT



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Formerly called Morgan and Burden on Computer Contracts, now IT Contracts, this classic text presents a highly practical analysis of contracts relevant to the purchase and use of computers and computer services.

Based around an extensive set of precedents it is an ideal drafting tool for all those requiring up-todate guidance on an area recently subject to profound change.

The new 9th edition reflects developments in technology such as cloud computing and ongoing changes in the nature of IT procurement and contracting.

  • Supplies over 200 pages of precedent material
  • Provides detailed drafting guidance on each contract
  • Covers hardware, software and computer services
  • Deals with cloud computing and the growing importance of web-based services
  • Examines the impact of consultancy and outsourcing on IT contracts
  • Covers package contracts where several products and services are sold, licensed and supplied from a single source under an umbrella agreement
  • Discusses privacy legislation in the contractual context
  • Incorporates all recent legislation, case law and changes to procurement regulations
  • Accompanied by a CD-ROM containing all the precedents – for rapid drafting and amendment

Subjects:
Information Technology Law, Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Introduction: The Importance of Contracts and main types.

Acquisition:
Hardware
Commissioned Software
Licences
PCs
Distribution and marketing
Test Agreements
Leases.

Maintenance:
Hardware maintenance
Software maintenance.
Technology Transfer.

Other computer services:
Consultancy
Outsourcing
Service contracts (bureaux, Internet services, etc).

Procurement:
Public Sector
Private Sector.

Precedents.
Appendix: Sources of advice.