MUCHMORE & ASSOCIATES PLLC
New York Technology and Software Litigation Attorneys
Technology companies are presented with unique challenges and opportunities, and encounter unique legal problems. Constant disruption makes the ecosystem for technology ventures dynamic and volatile. Technology and software companies must adapt and scale rapidly or surrender markets to competitors.
Technology and software litigation falls into three broad categories: breach of contract litigation concerning software and web development contracts; litigation involving funding, vesting, dilution and disputes between business partners; and intellectual property litigation concerning patents and copyrights. Technology and software firms are also constantly trying to raise new capital to scale their operations and conquer new markets. For most tech startups, this funding comes in the form of convertible notes, allowing valuation to be postponed until subsequent rounds of venture capital funding. Software and web development contracts typically provide a general scope of work, delivery dates and payment milestones, but the specifications are often vague and subject to substantial change during the development process. This leaves software and web developers subject to ambiguity in their contracts that can lead to litigation if the software or web developer and its client cannot reach a compromise.
Our Attorneys Understand Technology
Law firms tend to be inflexible and slow to adapt to technology. The lawyers at our firm understand the unique dynamics of the software and technology industries. Our attorneys are experienced in litigation and arbitration involving development contracts, shareholders agreements, financing agreements, license agreements and various other forms of contracts. Our attorneys can also assist you in establishing your technology startup, including creation of the corporate entity, drafting of the shareholders agreement, negotiation of financing, and drafting of development contracts.
Contact Us to Schedule a Free Initial Consultation
Contact Muchmore & Associates PPLC at (917) 932-0299 to schedule a free initial consultation on technology law issues, including the following:
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