“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”

Steve Jobs

Internet LawTerms of Service | Privacy Policies

If you’re a web company or operate an internet site in connection with your business, we can help you tailor your Terms of Services and Privacy Policy to your particular business model, keep you apprised of state and federal regulations governing online transactions and ensure that your online contracts are legally enforceable. We can also help you understand the legal and practical implications arising from the use of social media, Web 2.0 technologies, and user-generated content.

Intellectual PropertyProtecting Your Biggest Asset

Depending on your business model and industry, protecting your investment in technology may be as simple as keeping it a secret. Often, however, a properly structured intellectual property strategy involves a tailored approach that includes trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights, and patents. Our attorneys can help you determine and implement the appropriate strategy for your business.

Software Development & LicensingAgile Contracts | Enterprise Development

Many of clients who are in the business of helping new companies achieve their goals in creating amazing new products as software developers. Certain questions always seems to come up: Who owns the underlying code? Agile or Waterfall? A properly drafted development agreement is critical in setting clients expectations, and protecting your interest as the developer. We appreciate the nuances that are present in the development world and help you define the process and eliminate problems when it is time to collect payment or produce deliverables.

Software as a Service (SaaS)Cloud-Based | Consumers | Enterprise

Think of it as “Software Licensing 2.0“. SaaS models are being used for transactions ranging from simple consumer-focuses products to large and sophisticated corporate engagements. One of the big struggles we see clients face is walking in to pitch a SaaS product when their customer wants to engage them using a traditional Master Services Agreement. This situation creates many traps for the unwary; our attorneys will help you avoid them, while protecting the product you’ve spent considerable time and resources to develop.