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Software development agreements: how to prevent conflict and defend your rights in court?

April 2017

VEGAS LEX has organized a workshop on key aspects of software development contracts for companies.

On April 11, 2017, the VEGAS LEX law firm held a workshop, Software development contracts: prevention and resolution of conflicts with contractors, for major Russian and foreign companies.

Partner Alexandra Vasyukhnova , Head of Technology and Investment group, associate Dmitry Borodin at the same group, and Head of Litigation practice Victor Petrov spoke about the legal regulation of software development contracts, discussed the main issues companies face at the stage of concluding and executing the agreement and ways to defend their violated rights through judicial procedure, and gave recommendations to purchasers of IT solutions.

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