Chances are, if you’re in-house counsel at a large company, sooner or later your IT group will ask you for legal input on an enterprise resource planning implementation or a software development project. If you don’t know what ERP or software development projects entail, you’re not alone. Since these projects come along only every few years, not many lawyers have deep experience with them. Also, many lawyers are uncomfortable with IT terminology and don’t often negotiate complex IT agreements. Here are tips on how to avoid disasters.
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