Our specialist technology and ICT lawyers have experience providing legal services on large scale government projects requiring the development, licensing, implementation, integration, support, and maintenance of ICT systems. We understand such arrangements will require a case by case consideration of IP and data ownership, licensing of third-party materials, privacy, data protection and security, service levels and risk apportionment.
Moulis Legal acts on behalf of start-up developers looking to protect and commercialise the IP in their products, apps, or services. Our lawyers are aware of the legal pitfall’s developers need to avoid, especially when engaging third parties to develop components, and has extensive experience in designing, drafting, and negotiating technology agreements.
For medium sized enterprises, Moulis Legal implements suitable contract mechanisms to provide ICT services including software as a service or expand operations through teaming and re-seller arrangements. When contracting or teaming with large multi-national ICT companies, these entities may insist on using their contract terms. Here, our technology and ICT lawyers can assist in negotiating terms and conditions to reflect a more suitable apportionment of risk.
Larger scale ICT contracts increasingly require commercial lawyers who understand IP, contracts, regulatory requirements, and international considerations. Moulis Legal’s commercial and international expertise make us well placed to assist. We advise and work with our clients to deliver best possible outcomes that achieve their business goals.
Not surprisingly for a firm that specialises in both technology law and sports law, Moulis Legal act on behalf of various clients in the evolving sports technology industry. These clients see their intellectual property and data integrated in systems and structures that are used by sportspeople and teams at major sporting events around the world. Moulis Legal’s commercial and international focus assists our clients in sports technology commercialise their innovations on the international stage.