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Cloud Computing in the Courts: A Consideration of Litigation Issues

Recorded on: May. 23, 2017
Running Time: 01:01:10

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Taken from the Web Program Cloud Computing 2017: Key Issues and Practical Guidance recorded May, 2017 in San Francisco.

Cloud Computing in the Courts: A Consideration of Litigation Issues [01:01:10]
  • Breach of contract and other theories of liability
  • Third party claims and indemnity
  • Liability limitations
  • The economic loss rule and other surprises
  • The pros and cons of ADR

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    John P. Hutchins
  • Why You Should Re-Think the “Standard” Arbitration Clause in Cloud Agreements (February 2, 2017)
    John P. Hutchins
  • The Economic Loss Rule in Cloud Computing Litigation
    Paul G. Karlsgodt

Presentation Material

  • Cloud Computing in the Courts: a Consideration of Litigation Issues
    John P. Hutchins, Paul G. Karlsgodt
John P Hutchins ~ Baker Hostetler LLP
Paul G Karlsgodt ~ Baker Hostetler LLP
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