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Sycamore Legal is dedicated to technology agreements and to privacy and intellectual property, focusing on cloud computing, software licensing, and…
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Sycamore Legal PC | USA | 23 Jul 2019

Auto-Renewal Best Practices for B2C Contracts

Most SaaS vendors rely on automatic renewal terms — and love them. If the customer doesn’t think to cancel shortly before the term ends, the contract…
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Sycamore Legal PC | USA | 25 Jun 2019

Browsewraps Could Be Enforced

The Tech Contracts Handbook warns website operators not to rely on browsewraps: contracts posted online without a click-to-agree requirement. In fact…
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Sycamore Legal PC | USA | 4 Jun 2019

Don’t grant feedback licenses (do this instead)

The feedback license appears in many tech contracts. It usually gives the vendor a broad, perpetual license to any “feedback” from the customer’s…
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Sycamore Legal PC | USA | 5 Feb 2019

Indemnifying for Negligence Makes a Mess

By David W. Tollen Many tech contracts require that one party indemnify the other against claims “resulting from the Indemnitor’s negligence or other…
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Sycamore Legal PC | USA | 2 Dec 2018

Drafting Big, Complex Statements of Work

In contracts about complicated services, the hardest terms to draft appear in statements of work. SoW's for large projects demand long lists of duties…
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Sycamore Legal PC | Global | 18 Jun 2018

Don’t redline a redline. Talk!

You're negotiating a contract, and you send your company's standard form agreement. The other party then marks it up — "redlines" it — and…
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Sycamore Legal PC | Global | 1 Jun 2018

Don’t Use License Agreements for Software-as-a-Service

Many software-as-a-service (SaaS) contracts grant a "license" to use the vendor's software. That's a mistake. Licenses are for on-premise software…
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