Small scale B2B web hosting agreement
|Author(s) :||Adrian Lawrence, Baker & McKenzie; Allison Manvell, Baker & McKenzie; Alexandra Morrissey, Baker & McKenzie|
|Short Description :||This is a precedent small scale B2B web hosting agreement, (general hosting service provider terms). It is drafted broadly in favour of the hosting services provider.|
|Format :||Word document delivered by email within 24 hours
Page length: 6
|Published :||April, 2012|
The agreement sets out generic hosting service provider terms, including provisions relating to:
• the client's responsibilities, e.g. in relation to content
• maintenance and upgrades
• disaster recovery
• intellectual property rights
• limitation of liability
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Adrian Lawrence, Baker & McKenzie
Adrian Lawrence is a partner in the Sydney office of Baker & McKenzie where he advises on media, intellectual property and information technology, providing advice in relation to major issues relating to the online and offline media interests. He is recognised as a leading Australian media and telecommunications lawyer.
Allison Manvell, Baker & McKenzie
Allison Manvell is a senior associate in the Technology, Communications and Commercial, and Media & Content, teams at Baker & McKenzie, Sydney. Allison advises on commercial and regulatory matters across a range of industries with a particular focus on digital media, technology, broadcasting and content licensing and regulation.
Alex Morrissey, Baker & McKenzie
Alex Morrissey is an associate in the Technology, Communications & Commercial and the Media & Content teams at Baker & McKenzie, Sydney