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Technology Sector Legal

AdvisorLaw advises multinational technology, telecommunications, Internet, and media companies on the critical legal issues they face in the midst of sweeping technological change. We regularly represent clients in transactions and disputes relating to the procurement, sale, development, and protection of client’s products and services. We also advise established companies in various industries seeking to develop new ways of doing business, as well as global and national companies seeking to procure new information and communications technology products and services.

Our work in the technology sector includes advising supplies and customers on many IT projects, enabling us to understand issues from both sides and giving us a strong basis from which to review, negotiate, and implement agreements and resolve disputes. Our technology and e-commerce lawyers:

  • Serve companies internationally and domestically relating to Internet, software, networking, wireless, computers and peripherals, and related industries
  • Advise large companies in a variety of industries that are significant purchasers of technology products and services
  • Counsel clients on hardware and software systems acquisitions
  • Advise companies on data center and business process outsourcing arrangements
  • Structure and negotiate strategic alliances and OEM, VAR, and dealer agreements
  • Provide IP counsel through our partner firms, encompassing software and business method patents; technology and content licensing; trademark selection, registration and maintenance; copyright registration and protection strategies; and IP audits
  • Advise clients regarding online commercial ventures, marketing and promotional law compliance, electronic publishing, and taxation of online activity
  • Represent clients in supplier/distributor, domain name, trademark, and other technology-related disputes
  • Represent clients in Internet law and e-commerce, including governments, Internet publishers, e-commerce sites, and companies developing digital technologies and business models for the future