This information-packed webinar explores tested techniques for reviewing or writing a statement of work, and best practice strategies for avoiding the most common SOW contracting pitfalls.
You’ll also learn:
- Recent trends in technology service and product contracting
- Key terms and conditions in SOWs for technology products or services
- Methods to better understand the client’s goals and reflect them in the SOW
- Best practices for educating your team on final project objectives
- Real-life SOW case studies and examples
During this highly-informative session, our expert faculty will also discuss:
- How to define the business problem along with acceptable outcomes and deadlines
- How to tailor the SOW to the primary technology purchase agreement (and why it’s essential)
- Who should have access to the first draft of an SOW
- What to include in an SOW success statement
- How to accurately reflect budgetary considerations
- How the SOW can be used as a basis for client negotiations and for resolving contract disputes
Product ID: 6521
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Michael R. Overly
CISA, CISSP, COP, CIPP, ISSMP, CRISC, Foley & Lardner LLP
Michael R. Overly is a partner and intellectual property lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP where he focuses on drafting and negotiating technology related agreements, software licenses, hardware acquisition, development, disaster recovery, outsourcing agreements, information security agreements, e-commerce agreements, and technology use policies. He counsels clients in the areas of technology acquisition, information security, electronic commerce, and on-line law. Mr. Overly is a member of the Technology Transactions & Outsourcing and Privacy, Security & Information Management Practices.
Matthew A. Karlyn
Partner, Foley & Lardner LLP
Matt Karlyn is a technology and licensing lawyer and a partner in the Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Practice with Foley & Lardner LLP. He regularly advises companies on all matters involving the commercialization of intellectual property, licensing initiatives, subscription-based economics, and the procurement and use of technology in business.