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Computer and Technology Law

As the United States evolves from an industrial-based economy to an information/technology-based economy, Broad and Cassel has established a team to provide this fast-paced industry the full range of legal counsel it requires to best serve clients that manufacture, develop, sell or purchase information and technology systems.

Computer and Technology Law Experience

We provide legal counsel to many types of businesses in three primary areas:

  • Representation of Buyers and Sellers of Computer and Information Systems 
  • Legal Counsel to Computer and Technology Companies - from start-ups to established Fortune 500 companies
  • Litigation of various disputes on behalf of technology providers

Buyers and Sellers of Computer and Technology Systems

The purchase or sale of a sophisticated computer and technology system is no small matter. Even small companies are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to acquire the latest technology to enable them to compete successfully in today's marketplace. Our services include:

  • Preparation, review and negotiation of contracts involving: 
    • Computer hardware systems 
    • Software licensing and development agreements 
    • Maintenance agreements 
    • Leasing agreements

Representation of Computer and Technology Companies

Our attorneys also represent numerous companies that manufacture and distribute information and technology systems. Examples of the types of legal work we do include:

Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Our services include Litigation and Dispute Resolution regarding:

  • Breach of contract of warranty
  • Fraud and misrepresentation
  • Copyright, patents and trademarks
  • Software piracy issues