Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation Strategies, and Bankruptcy Considered in the Context of Cloud Agreements
By: Carter Conboy
Thomas A. Capezza, Director at Carter Conboy and Nancy L. Urizar, Associate at Goodwin Procter, LLP, co-authored “Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation Strategies, and Bankruptcy Considered in the Context of Cloud Agreements,” Chapter 8 in the American Bar Association book Cloud 3.0 Drafting and Negotiating Cloud Computing Agreements. Their research assistants were Kasey K. Hildonen and Claudia C. Cadenillas of Carter Conboy.
Cloud 3.0: Drafting and Negotiating Effective Cloud Computing Agreements provides practical guidance and best practices to help you understand cloud agreements. Cloud 3.0 was edited by Lisa R. Lifshitz and John A. Rothchild and sponsored by the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association.
In “Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation Strategies, and Bankruptcy Considered in the Context of Cloud Agreements” Mr. Capezza and Ms. Urizar examine methods of resolving disputes arising with cloud computing agreements, focusing on the benefits of alternative dispute resolution clauses and preserving cloud contents as a litigation safeguard, and strategies to mitigate business interruption when a cloud provider declares bankruptcy. For further information on the book, please visit Shop ABA.
About Tom Capezza
Thomas A. Capezza practices in the areas of Technology, Cyber and eDiscovery, White Collar and Internal Investigations, Corporate Governance and Investigations, and Law Enforcement. Tom has nearly 20 years of criminal and civil investigatory and litigation experience through his experience as the General Counsel to the New York State Police; an Assistant U.S. Attorney (civil and criminal divisions); Enforcement Counsel with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission; and as an Assistant District Attorney. Additionally, Tom delivers his clients the attention to detail acquired from his substantial computer science and technology experience. This experience includes designing remediation database systems for Superfund sites for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and designing computer systems for the financial services industry. Tom can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and (518) 810-0521.
About Carter Conboy
Carter Conboy is a full-service law firm providing counsel to businesses, corporations, government, professionals, and individuals in 20 industries and 40 specialized service areas. Founded in 1920, Carter Conboy has offices in Albany and Saratoga Springs, NY.
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Capezza, Thomas A., Urizar, Nancy L. “Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation Strategies, and Bankruptcy Considered in the Context of Cloud Agreements.” Cloud 3.0 Drafting and Negotiating Cloud Computing Agreements. American Bar Association Publishing, 2019, Chapter 8, pp. 147-161.