Overly and Kalyvas Author Book on Software Agreements

19 January 2016 Media Contact: Jill Chanen News
Partners Michael Overly and James Kalyvas authored the recently released book, Software Agreements Line by Line, 2nd ed.: A Detailed Look at Software Agreements and How to Draft Them to Meet Your Needs, published by Aspatore Books, a Thomson Reuters business.

The book provides an in depth look at standard “vender oriented” software agreements, which often represent a disconnect between the interests of the end user and the vendor. Overly and Kalyvas break down a sample agreement clause by clause to explain the nuances of the language and the inherent business implications. The authors detail why and how such agreements should be modified and offer practical solutions to promote a business’s ability to successfully implement critical technologies.

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