Technology law (including computer and internet law) are relatively new areas and are still evolving. My experience working at an internet software company gives me great insight into what issues tech companies deal with on a daily basis. From confidentiality agreements to software licensing, I can draft legal documents to protect your intellectual property.

Domain names may be registered as a trademark. Let me evaluate your domain name to see if it qualifies. I can then register your domain name with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Trademark protection is vital to your tech company. Before you spend tons of money developing a brand or a logo for your company, consult with me first. I highly recommend a trademark search prior to doing this because your brand may already be taken or be too similar to a pre-existing trademark. I will also help you protect your intellectual property by registering your mark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Copyright registration is a must for things such as artwork, computer programs, photographs, and a web site. An intellectual property portfolio is very valuable to a tech company. I have extensive experience registering copyrights with the U.S. Copyright Office.

Contracts and agreements should always be read over by a lawyer before ever being signed! I charge an hourly rate to review a contract and will explain what it means in plain English. Not satisfied with the terms of the agreement? Let me use my negotiation skills to resolve any conflicts. As a successful negotiator, I think outside the box and will come up with creative solutions to close the deal. Need an attorney to draft an tech law agreement to fit your needs? Let me use my expertise to write a contract that is easy to understand and reflects exactly what you want.