When licensing the use of your software or technology, you need legal counsel experienced at drafting, reviewing and negotiating complex agreements in order to protect your investment.
At Gilman, McLaughlin & Hanrahan, LLP, our Boston software licensing attorneys assist professionals and businesses in the technology industry with software and technology licensing issues. Since 1973, our firm has provided advice and counsel to clients in the technology industry in and around Boston, eastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod.
Careful Drafting and Negotiation of License Agreements
At our law firm, our attorneys provide personal attention and high-quality service to software developers, technology developers, licensees, manufacturers and other businesses in a range of industries. From computer software to biotechnology, we assist clients with all types of technology licensing agreements, including:
- Development agreements
- License agreements
- Supply licensing contracts
- Manufacturing agreements
- Assignment of technology contracts
- Re-seller agreements
Our lawyers will work directly with you to protect your intellectual property rights and to understand your business goals, carefully constructing agreements to meet those goals and prevent future litigation. We also review contracts prepared by other parties and our clients in order to advise our clients regarding their options, obligations and rights under a licensing agreement. We also work directly with patent, trademark and copyright counsel to protect your intellectual property rights.
If you are involved in a dispute over a licensing issue, our attorneys provide skilled advocacy. Whether in the courtroom, in mediation or in arbitration, our attorneys are skilled litigators who will seek an efficient resolution to your business disputes.
Speak With a Massachusetts Development Agreement Attorney
To learn more about our software and technology licensing services, contact us today. We can help you understand your legal options and help you protect your business interests.