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Information Technology Transactions: Business, Management and Legal Strategies, 2nd Edition
Par : Duncan C. Card, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., ICD.D
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349,00 $
This title guides the user through all the stages of an IT transaction, step-by-step, offering insight and practical advice on what details to remember and what to avoid. It provides insight into the transaction process from the perspective of both the legal drafter and their commercial client, and is an ideal tool for both parties to use as they navigate complex technology transactions. • Goes through an IT transaction chronologically, from beginning to end, so the key issues at each stage are clear • Provides readers with a detailed understanding of how to reasonably manage risk to successfully complete IT projects through each step • Examines the commercial issues that bear on the transaction as well as the strictly legal concerns • Uses bullet points and lists to clarify key steps • Full of hints and tips from an experienced practitioner on what to look out for at all stages of planning, negotiating and completing any IT transaction. Table of Contents • The preparation and planning phase • The preliminary steps of engagement • Strategies and negotiation of key business and legal issues • Risk management strategies • Transaction balance and judgment. Technology professionals, business leaders and the lawyers that advise them will rely on this book as an indispensable guide to provide them with innovative commercial and legal strategies to navigate their way through these complex endeavours.
À propos de l'auteur

Duncan C. Card, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., ICD.D, is a senior partner of Bennett Jones LLP and a co-chair of his firm’s infrastructure, tech & outsourcing practices. All commercial transactions, including all contracts, technology transactions, procurement best practices, P3 infrastructure, public sector restructuring, corporate governance, Cyber security law and risk management, outsourcing and shared services, defence & security, FinTech, privacy and data protection, and IT contracts, enterprise software, and offshore transactions. Duncan chairs his firm’s Bermuda & Caribbean practice. He has published over 300 articles and conference papers on commercial law and is the author of Information Technology Transactions: Business, Management and Legal Strategies, 2nd Edition (Thomson Reuters).