April 21, 2004
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Goodman and Carr LLP
200 King St. W, Suite 2300
A fact pattern and a flawed software development agreement will be reviewed and discussed. Neil Rabinovitch will be reviewing the flawed agreement from the perspective of how the draft helps or hinders recovering damages and its approach to dispute resolution. Alan Gahtan will be reviewing the flawed draft as a possible precedent for use with a new software developer.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Neil Rabinovitch, Partner
Goodman and Carr LLP
Adopting a practical ”hands on” approach, Neil Rabinovitch regularly advises clients on all aspects of dispute resolution and has litigated in all levels of courts. His civil and commercial litigation practice includes an emphasis on franchising, mortgage remedies, banking, real estate, commercial leasing, and medical product liability defence litigation.
Neil is frequent lecturer and is the co-author of a text relating to power of sale.
Prior to joining Goodman and Carr LLP, Neil was the research assistant to the president of the Law Reform Commission of Canada.
Alan Gahtan, Partner
Gahtan Law Office, in association with Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP
Alan Gahtan practices primarily in the information technology and intellectual property law field. His practice emphasizes technology contracting, outsourcing, Internet and electronic commerce issues. As a former senior LAN Administrator and a former manager of a computer and telecommunications company, Mr. Gahtan brings strong technical expertise and business and technology industry insight to his legal practice.
Mr. Gahtan is a frequent writer, speaker and conference chair on information technology law issues. He is author of Electronic Evidence and of The Year 2000 Computer Crisis Legal Guide, and co-author of Internet Law: A Practical Guide for Legal and Business Professionals and a contributing editor of Electronic Commerce: A Practitioner’s Guide. He has also authored or co-authored contributions to numerous other publications.
COST FOR ATTENDANCE
Cost for lunch: $10 for members and students, $15 for non-members, payable at the meeting. Receipts will be available. Cheques should be made payable to the Toronto Computer Lawyers’ Group.
REGISTER BEFORE NOON, FRIDAY, April 16, 2004
Cancellations also accepted before noon, Friday, April 16, 2004. Substitutions are permitted anytime. Registrants who do not attend and do not cancel or send a substitute will be invoiced for lunch.
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