Computalaw

Computalaw is a company of intellectual property and internet lawyers with more than 30 years experience advising and drafting contracts world-wide for clients at the leading edge of the computer, internet and ecommerce industries. Now, in keeping with that leading edge position, Computalaw make their Computer, Internet and Ecommerce Contracts, forms, agreements, licenses, advice and expertise available on-line.

The legal contracts and forms available on this website have been drafted in conjunction with some of the worlds leading lawyers to reflect the international nature of the IT and Ecommerce Industry. They include multi-jurisdictional clauses for use in Europe, USA, Australia, Japan, India, China and on the Internet.

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Non-Disclosure Agreement (1 party d...

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End-User Software License (for sign...

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"Shrink-wrap" Software License...

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Software Development Agreement (dra...

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (dra...

March 2016 December 2016

The newly updated 2016 Releases of "International Computer & Internet Contracts and Law" (Thomson/Sweet and Maxwell), include specialist in-depth legal Commentaries for European Union, USA, Australia, Japan, India and China and:

  • 60 fully-drafted, multi-jurisdictional contracts for use in European Union, USA, Australia, Japan, India and China;
  • Internet & E-commerce law,
  • Digital and Electronic Signatures and
  • Online Dispute Resolution

Now also printed for the South Asian Market

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All contracts/forms are complete and ready-to-use, just add party names to start.

All contracts/forms written by experts with at least 25 years experience in IT law.

Contracts/Forms have Explanatory Notes on negotiating points.