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Technology quite clearly runs almost all aspects of our modern world. As with everything that requires some rules and restraints, the use of technology is regulated by what is known as “technology law”, which governs both the private and public use of technologies. Luther Law is thoroughly knowledgeable in technology law and can assist you with any of its possible legal complications.
Technological innovation has brought a lot of definitive benefits to the world, but it has also created a range of dilemmas for its users. The problems posed by potential hackers, frauds, and the vulnerabilities of commercial negligence may be too great for you to navigate on your own. Luther Law can guide you through the process of collecting, storing, retrieving, disseminating, and using digital information to resolve these issues.
The Luther Law Firm can represent you in transactions involving the use of technology, copyright issues, and intellectual property rights. I also have expertise and experience in collaboration arrangements, joint development projects, IP licensing, and technological agreements. The most common situations represented within technology law typically involve computers, information technology, communications, software, e-commerce, or the internet network at large, and I have extensive experience with these types of cases.
Luther Law has instituted an active counseling practice concerning open-source licensing, IP protection, compatible development, and related domains. The firm conducts timely diligence investigations, internal IP audits, and can negotiate terms for IP ownership, public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and a variety of strategic transactions. Luther Law also has experience and success in advising clients on the creation of new business models, licensing terms, allocation of intellectual property rights, indemnities, warranties, etcetera, as well as giving legal guidance on filing patent applications, claiming compensation for trademark infringement, and structuring out investment agreements.
There exist both federal and state laws concerning the use of technology in the United States, so it’s important to understand that some of the usage laws can vary based on your location. As the central authority of the country, the federal government creates most of the technology laws in the US, and so Luther Law ultimately defers to their guidelines to best advise a client.
There are also numerous commercial laws enacted to protect national security and the operations of private businesses: The Privacy Act of 1974, The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, The 1994 Electronic Communication Privacy Act, The Homeland Security Act of 2002, The 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, among others. It’s important to know and understand all of these laws to avoid potential legal pitfalls. Luther Law is thoroughly knowledgeable in each and every one so you don’t have to be.
In addition to the many current technology laws in place, the rapidly-evolving nature of technology also means that laws may be created or changed just as quickly. As such, the firm works to always stay up-to-date on current legislation and adapt practices as needed.
Legal complications can arise at any given moment, so it is important to contact a firm that can respond quickly. Luther Law has a rapid contact process that allows you to reach out and get a reply without delay. The firm offers multiple means of contact: you can either book an in-office appointment, send an email, speak over the phone, or schedule a video conference. Whichever way you choose, I am happy to address any of your questions and concerns in the world of technology law.