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Deconstructing Master Service Agreements

Streams live on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 12:00pm EDT

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Course Information

Time 60 Minutes
Difficulty Intermediate
Topics covered in this course: Intellectual Property

Course Description

Master Service Agreements (“MSA”) are contracts that control the general terms of the legal relationship in the business to business context. Typically, businesses with multi-year relationships attach Statements of Work (“SOW”) to an MSA to outline the individual terms of a business deal. The MSA contains provisions that are often seen but the implications of each obligation in a long-term relationship may not be well understood. It’s best to review these obligations -- confidentiality, intellectual property rights, non-compete, and non-solicit clauses, deliverables, warranties, support, indemnification, limitation of liability, insurance, privacy obligations, and termination rights  -- before negotiations start.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Gain a general understanding of each of the common legal obligations

  2. Evaluate the common legal obligations from the seller’s viewpoint

  3. Analyze the common legal obligations from the buyer’s viewpoint

  4. Review clauses with a middle-ground position

Faculty

Amy Goldsmith

Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP

Successful, profitable businesses share certain characteristics: immediately recognizable brands, desirable products or services, and a strategic plan which minimizes legal risks. As co-chair of the Intellectual Property Group at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, Amy B. Goldsmith partners with clients to provide practical legal advice and connections to grow their businesses. A strategic advisor, she guides clients in all stages of their development from idea conception and protection, to funding, manufacturing and enforcement. Copyrights and patents are an important part of a company’s strategy, and understanding when protection is likely (or not) to be granted is critical in the design process.



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