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Software Deliverables and Damage Provisions Must Be in Agreement

One of a court’s most frequent tasks is interpreting ambiguous contracts created by the use of ambiguous language in contracts; however, by the time a court is deciding the issue, costly litigation may have taken years, write Richard Raysman and Elliot Magruder for Holland & Knight.

In a post for the firm’s Ditigal Technology & E-Commerce Blog, they discuss a recent case in which parties to a software development and license agreement confronted this unfortunate truth, and both left unsatisfied.

In Apacheta Corp. v. Lincare, Inc., Apacheta sued for breach of contract in claiming that Lincare’s termination violated the right-to-cure provision because Lincare neither provided notice of breach nor a cure period.

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