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What are Current Technology Industry Legal Issues and Solutions

Technology Industry Legal Issues and Technology Law

Our technology industry experienced lawyers help technology companies navigate the legal landscape and proactively advise on unique legal issues faced by the technology industry.  

Common legal issues faced by technology companies include:

  • Entity formation, capital, and financing strategies;

  • Brand protection;

  • Ownership and registration of intellectual property in software and other technology;

  • Acquisition of and enforcement of trademarks, patents, copyrights and other intellectual property rights against infringers;

  • Employment and independent contractor agreements;

  • Licensing agreements including end user license agreements (EULAs);

  • Software development agreements;

  • Strategies for developing and protecting trade secrets;

  • Intellectual property indemnification agreements;

  • Regulatory compliance;

  • Non-disclosure agreements;

  • Identification of potentially applicable international laws;

  • Strategy to protect and monetize intellectual property rights; and

  • Defense of third-party infringement claims.

Legal Solutions for the Technology Industry

Clients in the technology industry receive the full range of the firm’s services: litigation, intellectual property, and transactional.  

Our technology industry team is experienced in copyright, trademark, and patent registration for software technology; anti-counterfeiting services to enforce patents, copyrights and trademarks against infringers and counterfeiters; drafting employment agreements;  independent contractor agreements; trade secret protection strategies; NDAs and founder agreements to protect intellectual property rights and ensure they are owned by the company; drafting end user (EULAs) and other license agreements to safeguard rights in the software; negotiating indemnification agreements; identification of applicable regulations with which specific technology needs to comply such as export control regulations or radiated emissions; drafting contract development agreements; and monetizing intellectual property rights.  

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