Computer Law, Technology and the Internet
Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C. assists clients in all facets of computer law. The Firm represents several publicly-held companies as well as numerous privately-held and individual software developers. We have advised many of these clients from their startup phase, through their development to preeminence in their field. We advise clients on the protection of software and hardware through the use of copyright, trade secret, patent and contractual arrangements. We regularly negotiate, draft and enforce a wide variety of agreements related to the development, distribution and protection of technology and software products. These agreements include software licenses, development, distribution/reseller and access agreements, maintenance and support agreements, electronic rights agreements, OEM agreements, EDI agreements, contracts for the acquisition of computer hardware and software, marketing agreements, consulting agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, non-compete agreements and employment agreements.
The Firm also represents leading companies in the areas of information technology, network architecture and outsourcing. The combination of our substantial experience and a practical understanding of the information technology industry allows us to provide strategic business and legal advice to clients in the use, acquisition and commercialization of their products and services.
We are also actively involved in representing clients in matters related to the Internet, online technology, publishing and commerce. Our attorneys have drafted ?web? related agreements and provided advice on domain name issues, the interplay between U.S. and foreign law as those laws effect site operators, publishers, distributors and developers and tax and duty obligations related to online commerce. Our services at the cutting edge of this developing industry have had formative effects on this industry.