IT businesses accused of making professional mistakes or failing to complete work can be sued in an errors and omissions lawsuit. Disclaimers and insurance coverage can help reduce your risks.
Cyber liability insurance covers the costs of a data breach or cyberattack, including legal representation and crisis management. It helps tech companies recover quickly and notify affected clients.
Workers’ compensation covers the cost of medical bills if an employee at your tech company is injured at work or develops an occupational illness. It also protects business owners from lawsuits over injuries and illnesses.
Employer’s liability insurance protects business owners from lawsuits filed over workplace injuries. Most workers' compensation policies include this coverage.
Antitrust lawsuits may be exclusive to big tech, but there’s no shortage of lawsuits for small companies as well. Learn the reasons behind most software developer lawsuits – plus ways to soften their impact and even avoid them.
The term “contract negligence” covers breach of contract and professional negligence, two related but different legal issues. Both of these can lead to lawsuits for tech companies.
The scope of almost any software development project is bound to change over the course of implementation. How you manage this inevitable "project scope creep" can mean the difference between success and failure.