Ecommerce And Software Agreements Masterclass (In-house Course)
In this growing space of online trade and eCommerce, this course serves to equip lawyers with the practical insight and the knowledge of software agreements which dominate this practice area.
A masterclass on ecommerce and computer software agreements covering best practice, applicable legislation, recent trends and commercial issues relevant to those contracting in this field.
Session 1: Introduction to the ecommerce industry and the current Nigerian legal framework
Session 2: Drafting Software Licensing and Maintenance/Support Agreements
Session 3: Pertinent legal issues faced by the Industry (Focus on Agreements) from the view point of a non-legal software/ecommerce professional
Session 4: Drafting Software as a service (SaaS) subscription agreement
Session 5: Websites and Mobile Apps
Session 6: Drafting Software development agreements
Session 7: Data Protection and Information Security
Session 8: Drafting Software escrow agreements
Session 9: Update on software case law internationally (including Oracle CJEU case)
Why you should attend?
- Get the industry insight, current trends and experienced know-how
- Avoid damaging and costly mistakes when negotiating and drafting your agreements
- Develop effective documents
- Anticipate and prevent future conflicts through good drafting
- Understand the dispute resolution clauses and mechanism
- Receive valuable and useful take-away: precedents, checklists, model agreements
Class Size Requirement
There is a minimum requirement of five (5) persons per class for our in-house courses.
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Seyi Oni is currently the VP- Head of Legal and Corporate Governance for Jumia Group. Seyi holds a Masters Degree in Information Technology and Communications Law from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK and a Bachelors Degree from the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. Seyi Oni has been in legal practice for 15 years; starting his legal practice with the prestigious law firm of Babalakin and Company and going on to work with other prestigious Law firms such as PAC Solicitors and Technology Advisors which both specialized in ICT Law. Read More…
Ikenna Okafor is a Senior Associate and leads the Corporate Commercial and Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Practice Groups of Perchstone & Graeys, a leading Nigerian commercial law firm in Lagos, Nigeria. He has garnered an assortment of experience and expertise advising major foreign and local players in the ICT sector of the economy and drafting software agreements. Read More…