Cloud Computing Law – Allocating IP Risks


In October, I will be presenting at the 5th Cloud Computing Law Conference in Calgary, Alberta (October 9 and 10, 2012). Check out the brochure for a full description, including the topic “ALLOCATING IP RISKS IN THE CLOUD”: Service providers often seek to impose standard form contracts for the provision of cloud computing services containing standards of services that are often on an “as-is” basis. This session will explore the process of negotiating warranties, indemnification and limitation of liability clauses to satisfactorily allocate risks, including: scope of warranties; service vs. product warranties; remedies available for breach of warranties; and scope of customary indemnification obligations.

Readers of are eligible for a 15% discount (Email me for the registration discount code).

Relating Reading: ipblog’s Cloud Computing library of articles, including “The Cloud: What goes up must come down” and “Online Agreements: Click-Through Upheld“.

Calgary – 07:00 MDT

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