Scott & Scott, LLP

BSA Informants: How to Protect Your Company against Copyright Infringement Claims by Disgruntled Employees Seeking a Reward

Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Keli Johnson Swan, shares three tips on how to deal with disgruntled former employees seeking revenge through a BSA | The Software Alliance reward…more
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Can a Software Publisher Force You to Audit Your Customers?

Many software-solution vendors utilize third-party infrastructure or application programs as frameworks for embedded solutions that they sell to their customers and install on their customers’ computers. This licensing model is…more
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In Microsoft Audits, Don’t Forget About True-Up Rights

Christopher Barnett, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, explains why it is important that companies with Enterprise Agreements keep in mind that their EA enrollments may include true-up rights that could result in deferring certain…more
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Important Tips for Resolving an SIIA Audit During or Immediately After a BSA Audit

Keli Johnson Swan, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, shares three important tips to cope with an SIIA (Software & Information Industry Association) audit after a BSA (BSA | The Software Association) audit…more
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Negotiating Software Contracts – Successfully Negotiating a Warranty Section

Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Stephen Pinson, explains the importance of negotiating performance warranties in software contracts yet usually are overlooked…more
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For SPLA Audits, When Historical Data is Missing, Creativity May Be Required

The SPLA gives Microsoft the right to presume that unreported use identified during an audit month began at the commencement of the end-user relationships associated with that unreported use, unless a licensee can reasonably…more
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Are Artificial-Intelligence Software Audits Around the Corner?

Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Christopher Barnett, expresses concern whether KPMG’s recent announcement that they will be deploying IBM’s Watson cognitive computing technology points to changes in software audits in the future…more
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Identifying and Understanding Microsoft License Verification Audits

Microsoft, like other software publishers, routinely audits customers to help ensure that it is protecting the value of its intellectual property. Keli Johnson Swan, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, discusses three of the methods…more
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Be Wary of Changes in New SPLA Contracts

Microsoft’s standard-form Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) has had a handful of noteworthy changes relative to the forms that many current SPLA licensees may have signed at the beginning of their relationships with…more
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Vendor Contracting and GLBA’s Safeguards Rules

Transactions between financial institutions and their technology services providers are often regulated by GLBA. Lawyers need to determine whether the transaction involves personally identifiable financial information and if so,…more
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Negotiating Software Contracts – Successfully Negotiating a Limitation of Liability

Limitation of Liability ranks as one of the most important contract provisions in a software contract. The limitation of liability limits each party’s liability for all sorts of harm. One of the major pitfalls in negotiating a…more
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How to Avoid Compliance Gaps with Autodesk Downgrade Rights

Autodesk, like many other software publishers, are now offering subscription based licenses instead of perpetual licenses. Keli Johnson Swan, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, shares some helpful suggestions to ensure that the…more
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Be Wary of Certain ISV and Embedded Software Agreements

Christopher Barnett, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, shares the reasons vendors considering any kind of royalty ISV or other embedding agreement need to carefully scrutinize the terms of such agreements and then determine whether…more
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A Software Settlement Is Not Complete Until All Obligations Are Met

The majority of copyright infringement claims are resolved by settlement rather than litigation. In some instances, the settlement agreements contain post-settlement obligations that can affect the release of liability for all…more
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Negotiating Software Contract Risks – The Three Riskiest Provisions

There are many software and service contract provisions that can be negotiated, but there are three major risk provisions found in most contracts that must be considered in conjunction with one another…more
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Southlake, TX 76092, United States

Contact: Rob Scott

  • 214.999.0080

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