Duncan Card charts an essential roadmap for IT project success in the latest edition of Information Technology Transactions: Business, Management and Legal Strategies (Thomson Reuters, 615 pages, hardcover). This how-to manual provides a comprehensive and detailed examination of all commercial, risk management, contracting, and legal issues that arise in the course of planning, negotiating, documenting, and closing IT transactions. The third edition is an “end-to-end” guide for all business managers and professionals involved in an IT transaction.
Based on the book’s widely acclaimed and demanded second edition 13 years ago, the text has been thoroughly expanded, updated, enhanced, and comprehensively augmented. The 2021 edition contains 273 pages of new IT transaction best practice material. Duncan Card, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., ICD.D., is widely acclaimed as one of Canada’s leading, and most sought after, specialized lawyers and business advisors devoted to information technology procurement, transactions, and projects—for both IT vendors and IT buyers. 2021 will be Duncan’s 15th consecutive year being cited in the Best Lawyers in Canada ranking for his technology law practice.
Information Technology Transactions examines every step of an IT project and transaction, including:
- planning and preparation for a successful transaction;
- negotiations leading to transaction;
- documentation (contracts) required;
- implementation of the agreement and project; and
- ongoing management of contract performance and the vendor-client relationship
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