If you’re the sort who routinely rummages in the entrails of commercial contracts, you might well find of interest D.C. Toedt’s website On Technology Contracts.
D.C. Toedt (pronounced “Tate”) is a business lawyer with an intellectual-property and software-law background. He’s in private practice in Houston; I owe him a debt of gratitude for having introduced me to Ninfa’s on Navigation …
In addition to his blog, D.C.’s website contains the TATE Compendium, which D.C. describes as “A community library of annotated technology-contract clauses, in an easy-to-edit Word document,” and his Notebook, with D.C.’s musings on a range of issues.
D.C. and I might not always agree on language issues, but when I’m wrestling with an issue in a commercial contract, I’ve been known to check whether D.C. has anything to say about it.