Attorney and partner of Law Office LAWYALTIE, s.r.o. For a long time, he provides comprehensive legal advice for producers and sellers of software products, including the preparation and negotiation of software contracts and contracts for the provision of consulting and implementation IT services. In addition to IT law, he mainly deals with intellectual property law and administrative law, especially in the field of pharmaceuticals, construction law and public procurement. He also has extensive work experience in setting up complex contractual documentation, including the application of FIDIC terms and conditions, successfully represents clients in litigation and provides legal services in the field of corporate law and labor law. He participated in large-scale due diligence, M&A and development projects, in which he provided legal advice in development projects of line constructions of strategic importance.
Practice shows that the procurement of IT projects in Slovakia is often a very complicated discipline. Why is there a lack of differentiation between the basic types of IT supplies and their licensing policies? Are exclusivity and vendor lock-in really ghosts?
Why does factual and technological ignorance lead to incorrect legal conclusions? And how can these problems be solved?