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A Better Partnership


Aug 2013
August 13, 2013
Reviewing Software Licensing Contracts Webinar

| Hosted By: Association of Corporate Counsel - Michigan Chapter

8:00 am - 10:30 am          

Registration and breakfast at 7:30
Program starts at 8:00

Software is an integral part of nearly every facet of every organization.

Whether you purchase physical software or subscribe to Software As A Service (SAAS), a thorough review of your licensing contracts can save you time, money and unwelcome surprises. And you don't have to be a technology expert to identify key issues!
Join Warner attorneys Janet Knaus and Nate Steed for a complimentary webinar in which they'll discuss key issues and terms that all in-house counsel should understand when reviewing software licensing contracts.

Regardless of whether you consider yourself a "techie," this discussion will help you understand the importance of licensing contracts and put you on alert for key phrases to look for within your contracts.

Even if your software is in the cloud, your review process will be firmly-rooted in best practices after this session!

For more information, contact Mitzy Sharp Futro, ACC-MI, at or 313.961.6120, ext. 201.

NOTICE. Although we would like to hear from you, we cannot represent you until we know that doing so will not create a conflict of interest. Also, we cannot treat unsolicited information as confidential. Accordingly, please do not send us any information about any matter that may involve you until you receive a written statement from us that we represent you.

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