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Commercial approach to software agreements - advanced

 
 
 

Education Center: CIPS
Date: 19 March 2020
City: London



Duration: 1 day

This advanced course is relevant for anyone that has attended the one-day 'essentials' course, anyone who prior to 2009 attended the two-day 'A commercial approach™ to software agreements' and anyone who has worked as a domain specialist and wishes to explore advanced topics in this field.
                                            
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Understand the nature of open source licensing models and the basic components of the GNU GPL and LGPL
- Work with contracts for bespoke and semi-bespoke software
- Recognise potential holes in licensing structures and learn how to ensure your corporate group is entitled to use software
- Influence the behaviour of sales people by understanding and predicting their one and only deal driver
- Spot potential tax risks in software procurement undertaken by large multinationals
- Reduce wasted time and effort negotiating ownership of intellectual property rights



 

 





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in United Kingdom:

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