Technology and Corporate IP | Brouse McDowell | Ohio Law Firm

Technology and Corporate IP

Our attorneys work with internet and technology-based businesses and businesses that face challenges within the space of corporate intellectual property where we advise them on the ever changing and emerging legal issues in today’s technology world. This includes representing corporate interests in intellectual property filings and transactions involving the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and United States Copyright Office. Our attorneys have advised on license, sublicense and intellectual property based transactions involving trademarks, software code and customer data between commercial/technology industries, including Fortune 500 companies, publically traded companies, start-ups in various web based applications and software development companies.

Our attorneys have experience preparing technology centric transactional documents, including those for mergers and acquisitions, sales, NDA’s, supplier/vendor, retail, marketing, private label, licensing, leases, IT, commercial rights, fiber optic, managed services, pen testing, security, cyber risk, insurance, Federal/State compliance, co-location, business continuity, data center, software, internet, right of ways, technology data ownership, data hostage, IP licensure, software licensure, open source review, and metadata and have negotiated and drafted settlement and release documents pertaining to these types of transactions. Further, our attorneys have vast experience preparing commercial based privacy policies, terms and conditions of use, security agreements and disclaimers for technology services (SaaS and cloud-based) and software/data applications, web applications and websites.

Our attorneys are also well-versed on data compliance issues including US based and GDPR and have experience helping clients navigate these issues.