UCITA recognizes the possibility of pre-emption, to the extent that the law states that “a provision of this [law] that is anticipated by federal law is not applicable to the extent of pre-emption.â211 Finally, although only two states have adopted UCITA, a transit agency should apply UCITA`s standard rules on choice of law and forum application to an agreement submitted to UCITA, That is what I know. V. PREPARATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL CONTRACTS A. Issues and clauses to be considered when drawing up technology contracts Transit lawyers will want to be aware of issues relating to the design of technology contracts212 Accordingly, this part of the report and a checklist in Annex D list issues and clauses that transport companies should take into account when developing technology agreements. discusses the development of technical, functional and functional specifications for technology agreements; and stresses the importance of interoperability and interconnection of new technologies with the old and/or proprietary technology of a transport undertaking. to 327. The author notes that UCITA Â§ 102 (35) “Information” defines as all “data, text, images, sounds, hidden works or computer programs, including collections and compilations thereof”, and § 102 (38) defines information rights in such a way that they expressly include all rights invoked under applicable laws on the protection of intellectual property . . .