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Apr 2, 2019

Cloud 3.0: Drafting and Negotiating Cloud Computing Agreements

By Myron Mallia-Dare and Lisa R. Lifshitz
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Who needs a book on contracting with cloud computing vendors? Aren’t all cloud contracts basically commoditized, comprised of “boilerplate” language? And surely no vendor would agree to make any changes to its standard form cloud agreements? If you or your clients are considering moving to the cloud, this guide will provide you with practical guidance and best practices to help you understand, evaluate, negotiate, and draft cloud computing agreements.

Edited by Lisa R. Lifshitz, chair of our Emerging Technology and Technology, Privacy & Data Management Groups, and John A. Rothchild, this valuable resource is available on the American Bar Association website beginning on April 28th. 

Lisa also co-authored, along with Myron Mallia-Dare, the chapter on “Cloud Computing in Canada".