“Six Secrets to Negotiating Managed Services Agreements” Webinar

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Julie Machal-Fulks, Partner of intellectual property and technology law firm, Scott & Scott, LLP, will present “Six Secrets to Negotiating Managed Services Agreements” CLE* Webinar on May 13 to help MSPs create win-win client agreements.

Managed services providers (MSPs) should not create agreeents that scarce prospective clients.

A managed services provider (“MSP”) provides organizations with predictable, business-focused information technology services that optimize operations, manage risk, and deliver measurable value. Services provided by MSPs typically include remote monitoring, back-up, patch management, cloud computing and help desk support.

MSP client agreements can scare prospective clients. Julie Machal-Fulks tells MSPs: “Don’t let the paperwork get in the way of making a sale”.

Julie recently presented “Six Secrets to Negotiating Managed Services Agreements” at the MSPWorld Spring 2015 Conference where she examined many of the common objections and solutions to provisions contained in MSP agreements. The response was so great to her presentation including requests to repeat the information for those who could not attend, that she is offering a complimentary webinar on May 13 at 11:00 a.m.

Julie Machal-Fulks, Partner, Scott & Scott, LLP, leads a team of attorneys in representing and defending clients in legal matters relating to information technology. Her practice focuses on complex litigation ranging from privacy and network security, data breach notification and crisis management, intellectual property disputes, service provider negligence claims, and content-based injuries such as copyright and trademark infringement in software, the internet, and all forms of tangible media.

Wednesday, May 13, 11:00 a.m.-noon CDT

*1 Hour Texas CLE Credit (California pending)


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About Scott & Scott, LLP
Scott & Scott, LLP (http://www.scottandscottllp.com) is a boutique intellectual property and technology law firm with an emphasis on software disputes, technology transactions, brand protection, and federal litigation. Today, legal and technology market forces are ever changing. The firm is committed to monitoring the developing technology and emerging law in order to provide highly focused representation to clients that range from mature small businesses to publicly traded multi-national corporations.

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