In today’s economy, such technology drives almost every company’s operations and growth. Our information technology lawyers handle the countless aspects of information technology and e-commerce transactions ranging from small, one-time license agreements to technology joint ventures to multiparty global outsourcing deals.
The cornerstone of our practice in this area of the law is to understand the technical and business issues that arise in connection with these transactions. Our multifaceted approach to the technical, business and legal issues surrounding information technology law allows us to be a value-add to any transaction on which we work.
We represent clients who are providers as well as users of information technology. For our provider-side clients, we represent software and mobile application developers, outsourcers, content providers, infrastructure and network providers, and application service providers. For our user-side clients, we represent companies that use technology in a wide variety of industries, including financial services, transportation, power energy, nanotechnology, manufacturing, entertainment and retail.
As e-commerce law continues to grow and evolve, our e-commerce and information technology attorneys continue to monitor and review the changes in online privacy regulations to make sure our clients comply with the latest regulations. We also review online advertising to ensure compliance with the Federal Trade Commission requirements for sponsored advertisements and false claims.
Further, privacy and security of financial information continues to develop as an increasingly important arena for concern for information technology and e-commerce. Our information law attorneys stay informed of changes in federal and state regulations and assist our clients in drafting the necessary policies and procedures to protect sensitive information.