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All companies buy computer systems. Most of them cannot afford lawyers to review their contracts and those that have in-house contract managers often lack detailed expertise on IT and computer procurement. Dai Davis, one of Europe's leading experts on IT procurement and the law, provides a down-to-earth guide to help you ensure a smooth and dispute free process of contracting. The book covers the acquisition process, intellectual property, software, hardware as well as specialist processes such as leasing, outsourcing, disaster recovery and so on. Use it to minimise supplier exclusions, secure robust service, delivery and performance warranties, define ownership of the system and protect your hardware, software, support service and the continued smooth running of your whole organization.
Dai Davis is head of Nabarro Nathanson's Technology, Media and Telecommunications Group. Dai has been involved in the IT industry for over 14 years. Although he is essentially a commercial lawyer, he does advise his litigation colleagues on the litigation aspects of computer disputes, and often advises companies in the initial stages of such disputes. Dai is well placed to advise clients in the computer area, not only because of his considerable experience in the area of computer acquisitions and outsourcing, but also because of his unique combination of academic and professional qualifications. Dai has Masters degrees in physics and computer science and is a Chartered Engineer. He is also a qualified solicitor. Dai has had an entry in the Chambers Directory of Lawyers for over seven years.