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Schoenherr | Austria | 18 Feb 2022

Implementation of EU Digital Services Directive in Austria

The new EU Digital Services Directive aims to harmonise certain aspects of consumer protection law by providing consumers with a mandatory warranty for digital content and digital services supplied by a vendor. This primarily concerns contracts covering the purchase or rental of software (usually comprising licence agreements) or cloud services. This article discusses the development and......
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Schoenherr | Austria | 11 Feb 2022

Correctly classifying IT services in contracts in Austria

In Austria, there is generally no legally regulated contract-type obligation. The legal art therefore often lies in dividing the overall performance into individual parts at the time the contract is drafted and subjecting each part to the corresponding type of contract (combination theory). This article provides examples of how complex such a classification can be and explores the six most......
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 7 Jan 2022

New contract law for sale of digital products to consumers

The implementation of the EU Digital Content and Services Directive introduces a quasi-new comprehensive contract law for the provision of digital products to consumers in sections 327 to 327u of the German Civil Code. Entrepreneurs that sell digital products to consumers must adapt such products and their provision thereof to the new legal regulations. They must also adapt their contract......
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Gorodissky & Partners | Russia | 17 Dec 2021

Software and databases in Russia

Software and databases are intangible products and are viewed as the key technical and commercial tools on the IT market. This article highlights the most important aspects that a company's business and legal team should be aware of when dealing with Russian software and databases and maximising their potential.
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Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP | USA | 14 Dec 2021

Kentucky Department of Revenue: SaaS Provider’s App Not Subject to Sales Tax

Cloud-based computing has increasingly become the go-to for individuals and businesses looking to securely store their data, files, photos, and more…
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Bird & Bird LLP | Denmark | 11 Nov 2021

Cloud-computing - sådan overvindes faldgruberne

I anledning af Bird & Bird og Computerworlds Cloud-konference den 24. November 2021 (link kan findes her) behandler vi i en artikelserie på 3 de…
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Bird & Bird LLP | Denmark | 4 Nov 2021

Cloud-computing - hvad går det ud på, og hvad er faldgruberne?

I anledning af Bird & Bird og Computerworlds cloud-konference den 24. November 2021 (link kan findes her) vil vi i en artikelserie på 3 behandle de…
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Bird & Bird LLP | United Kingdom | 30 Sep 2021

Technology projects: managing the risks of innovation and change

Customers in long-term technology projects can find that while they have been working towards their chosen solution, a more advanced, cheaper, or…
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NCC Group | USA | 22 Sep 2021

Building Software Resilience into your Digital Transformation Project

Find out how software escrow agreements provide legal protection and continuity assurance for the licensed applications driving your digital…
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Access Legal | Global, United Kingdom | 18 Aug 2021

Managing Cyber-Risk For Long-Term Remote Working

When the UK first locked down in March last year, even law firms with a deeply rooted culture of presenteeism had no choice but to adapt quickly to…
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