In the twenty-first century, the role of technology is becoming ever more important in allowing the United States to remain competitive in a global marketplace. Even for companies that are not technology-based, the internet plays an increasingly important role in the success of a business. Nearly every business has an internet presence, whether it posts an “information only” website or hosts an e-commerce website serving the entire United States and beyond.
Companies that have no internet presence must still contend with the internet activities of others, including policing its trademarks, ensuring its trade secrets are not being published, and protecting its reputation from the unfair statements of others.
As a Florida law firm focusing on the protection and enforcement of technology, we have a great deal of experience working with experts on cutting edge technology and software issues. Our experience in the courtroom allows us to work with our clients to negotiate deals and draft agreements that protect our client’s rights at the outset of a business relationship and minimize the risk of costly disputes later.