Criminal Defence Lawyers Burnaby - Our firm specializes in offering legal suggestion in technology law for technology-related companies. The growing field of technology law now consists of e-commerce, computer hardware and software, telecommunications, multimedia, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, film and television, broadcasting, interactive media, and Web-related industries. Technology businesses today require expert recommendation suited to their unique requirements.
Our firm focuses on technology law in the field of mergers, public and private financings, acquisitions and divestitures, licensing agreements and technology agreements. Clients seek out our services and our technology law experts for specific advice connected to contract negotiation and other different transactions. Other services comprise intellectual property and employment audits, the preparation of agreements, like for example employment and consulting agreements, and agreements related to technology distribution and marketing. Intellectual property protection concerns patents, copyright, trade-marks, industrial designs, and trade secrets. E-commerce problems encompass website development and infrastructure, maintenance agreements and internet access.
Our technology law practitioners work in conjunction with Commercial, Securities, Intellectual Property, Labour & Employment, and Tax & Trusts lawyers to give recommendation to technology clients on a wide range of corporate issues. Technology law experts work with private venture funds that give capital to emerging technology companies.
In situations of infringement of our clients' trade-marks, trade secrets, patents or copyrights, technology litigation lawyers represent the interests of clients before all levels of court. Litigation lawyers act fast to resolve intellectual property, contractual, financing and employment disputes before they escalate. The early identification of likely matters is a top priority. To prevent problematic matters associated to false and misleading marketing along with unjust trade practices, clients receive advice regarding the legalities of advertising and the proper marketing of services and products. Assistance is provided on such legal issues as trade-mark registration and use, privacy, labeling and packaging, as well as comparative advertising.
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