Are you a lawyer who is working in a technology company with no prior knowledge of “technology”?
Do you face difficulties in drafting technology contracts?
Do you as a tech-entrepreneur know what checklist do you need before drafting a technology contract?
If you are involved with a information technology or information security firm, a compliance team or managing an LPO, you would know that technology agreements are crucial for every tech company. It is imperative for you to understand the trends, industry norms and laws that govern such agreements.
Commercial space in technology is becoming a tougher place to survive by each passing day and as a business owner or a lawyer you need to ensure that a contract acts as more than transaction terms and conditions. It needs to be a security tool that can cope up with the dynamic environment.
A recent trend can be traced that companies are slowly moving towards fixed price technology contracts. As per this report by The Hindu Business Line, fixed-price contracts now account for 48% of the industry revenues. It is problematic because such contracts fail to take cognizance of the substantial risks and appreciate costs that can stem from the development, distribution, acquisition or use of the new technology and license software.
So what can we do to help you?
We have designed a highly practical, cyber law course for you which covers all the aspects of understanding, drafting and negotiating a technology agreement.
Right from understanding the legal implications of various technologies involved, vetting to putting it through a sealed agreement and finally closing the deal, this course covers it all.
The course is aimed at providing both technical and practical skill development with the knowledge you require to deliver equitable technology contracts for licensing, servicing, combining, structuring and protecting.
About the course
This course covers the latest issues in technology law without the use of jargon and does not require any prior knowledge. It is ideal if you want to start negotiating deals for your business or advise someone who is doing the same.
What is the course content?
Module 1: Introduction to Information Technology Law
Module 2: Introduction to Technology Contracts
Module 3: Critical Interests to be Protected in Technology Contracts
Module 4: Website-Related Agreements
Module 5: Software Development, Licensing and Acquisition
Module 6: E-Commerce: Law & Contracts
Module 7: Other Technology Contracts
Module 8: Platform and Intermediary Liability
Module 9: Fintech and the Law
Module 10: Cyber Crimes, Privacy and Data Security
Module 11: Online Reputation Management
Module 12: Electronic Contracts and Digital signature
Module 13: Outsourcing and the law
Who are the course makers?
The team behind the course include industry-academia panel with years of experience of working with the top law firms, large MNCs, startups, and government projects. Our create creators, among others, include:
Arpit Ratan, Lawyer and Entrepreneur: He was recently featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 for his FinTech Startup Signzy Technologies.
Pingal Khan Bhaduri, Partner at Ashlar Law Firm
Amartya Bag, Consultant – Legal, Corporate Strategy & Planning at SREI
Is this course certified?
Yes. Absolutely! This course is certified by LawSikho, an initiative of iPleaders, India’s largest online legal education company.
Last Date of Enrollment: 30th September, 2018
Batch Commencement Date: 1st October, 2018
Duration: 12 months
Course: INR 23,600/- (including GST)
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