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Imprecise Software License Terms Leads to New York Litigation

USA - January 25 2019 The ambiguity of termination provision of a software license is often disputed. Imprecise wording, including for hypothetical damages due upon breach...

Richard Raysman.

Potentially Unconscionable Warranty Precludes Licensor's Motion to Dismiss

USA - September 13 2018 The warranty is among the most essential terms of a software license, as the provision often concerns the functionality and capability of the software...

Richard Raysman.

Affirming A Software Agreement Does Not Preclude Fraud Claims

USA - July 13 2018 Often at issue in outsourcing agreements is whether the qualifications and experience of the outsourced consultants comport with the realities on the...

Richard Raysman.

Software Deliverables and Damage Provisions Must be in Agreement

USA - March 23 2018 A treatise on "The Language of the Law" introduced its approach to contract law with the following maxim: "The law is a profession of words."...

Richard Raysman.

Reference Your Trade Secret in the Terms of Use to Make it Protectable

USA - February 28 2018 Trade secret protection applies of course only to confidential information. Absent certain specialized exemptions, publicizing the intricate details...

Richard Raysman.