Scott & Scott, LLP

Which is Better: Microsoft SPLA or Microsoft Self-Hosted Applications?

Christopher Barnett, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, shares points to keep in mind when evaluating whether a Microsoft Service Provider Agreement (SPLA) oir a Self-Hosted Application (SHA) is a better option for your hosted…more
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Get the Support You Need

Are you considering buying support services with your software? Brian Kirkpatrick, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, lists the issues you should consider regarding how support should be defined in the software agreement…more
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Prioritizing and Resolving Multiple Software Audits

Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Keli Johnson Swan, shares how to manage and resolve your simultaneous software audit requests…more
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Licensing Non-Employees to Access Microsoft Products on Your Servers

Many businesses have teams of third-party vendors to assist with their business operations or to provide independent services – like software development or website design – that require access to company servers. For Microsoft…more
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Disguised Software Audit Clauses

Agreements often contain clauses allowing the parties to review books and records, “Books and Records” clauses. These are often boilerplate clauses included in agreements without much consideration from the contracting parties…more
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Microsoft Enterprise Agreements May Be a Poor Choice for Many Companies

Microsoft Enterprise Agreements may represent attractive licensing options for larger companies with dynamic IT environments for which steady growth can be projected over a three-year term. However, smaller or mid-size companies…more
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Copyright Infringement Implications for Mergers & Acquisitions

Keli Johnson Swan, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, writes about two main concerns regarding the retention of another company's computers and servers when involved in a merger, divestiture or acquisition…more
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Confidentiality and Privacy

Confidentiality and privacy clauses are important, but what is the difference and when are these clauses necessary? At first glance these clauses may seem appropriate and helpful. After all, shouldn’t every company want to…more
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Prudent Preparation for Data Breach

Brian Kirkpatrick, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, lists some of the important facts that should be known and readily accessible in order to prepare for a data breach…more
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Mesmerizing Multiples

Software publishers and their trade groups (BSA, SIIA) typically apply 2x or 3x multiples to their MSRP to settle audit disputes…more
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Autodesk Follows Adobe’s Shift to Subscription Only Cloud Offerings

The move to cloud-based subscription licensing seems to be gathering steam. On February 4, 2015 Autodesk announced that “new commercial seats of most standalone desktop software products will be available only by Desktop…more
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Ongoing Obligations in Autodesk Settlements

An Autodesk settlement agreement contains the typical payment and release language, but sometimes the agreements also contain non-monetary provisions that audit targets must follow. Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Brian…more
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Top Copyright and Trademark Infringement Mistakes Small Businesses Make (Part 2 of 3)

In this 3-part series, Keli Johnson Swan, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, writes about the second mistake businesses make involving improperly licensed computer software…more
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Campaign for Clear Licensing Turns its Sights to IBM and SAP

The Campaign for Clear Licensing seeks feedback from licensing and procurement professionals regarding their experiences dealing with IBM and SAP. Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Christopher Barnett, writes "Were Scott & Scott's…more
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Top Copyright and Trademark Infringement Mistakes Small Businesses Make (Part 1 of 3)

The top copyright infringement mistakes among businesses span from a failure to adhere to license agreements, misuses of a copyright, or improperly licensing the copyrighted materials. However, the first in this series by Scott …more
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1256 Main Street Suite 200
Southlake, TX 76092, United States

Contact: Rob Scott

  • 214.999.0080

Areas of Practice
  • Appellate Practice
  • Business Organizations
  • Commercial Law & Contracts
  • Communications & Media Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Litigation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Privacy
  • Science, Computers, & Tech
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Other U.S. Locations
  • Texas
Number of Attorneys

2-10 Attorneys

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