Experienced, Quality Legal Representation in Computer and Internet Law
The St. Louis attorneys practicing Computer and Internet Law at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. have substantial experience representing developers, licensors, and licensees of software. They have negotiated and drafted many types of agreements relating to the use of computer software and hardware with businesses and corporations as well as with individuals.
Whether representing developers, licensors, or licensees of software, or those who conduct commerce and other activities in cyberspace via the Internet, the attorneys at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal draw on years of experience in contract, copyright, trademark, electronic commerce, and cyber law.
Our skilled lawyers carefully and thoroughly address legal issues presented by such documents as:
- Software License Agreements
- Software Maintenance Agreements
- Site Hosting Agreements
- Source Code Escrow Agreements
- Software Development Agreements
- Application Service Provider Agreements
- Consulting Agreements
- Cloud Storage Service Agreements
- Original Equipment Manufacturer Agreements
The Firm’s computer and Internet lawyers also represent website owners, advertisers, and developers in connection with various types of web-based transactions. They can negotiate, prepare and review:
- Website Development and Design Agreements
- Site License and User Agreements
- Database Access and User Agreements
- E-mail Use and Privacy Policies
- “Click-on” Licenses and User Agreements
- Website Advertising Agreements
- Domain Name Purchase and Assignment Agreements
- Web Marketplace Customer Agreements
Our team-oriented law office can respond to the rapidly evolving legal terrain where new laws place ever-changing legal boundaries on the use and ownership of these technologies. Such laws as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, together with new court decisions, have developed concepts such as “manipulative metatagging” and “cyberstuffing,” “cybersquatting,” “banner and pop-up ad linking,” and “initial interest confusion,” all of which require careful legal analysis.
The computer and Internet lawyers at PCB Law understand how existing law, new law, and new technologies blend together. They stay on top of legal developments as they occur and understand what they mean for our clients.
We also provide advice and representation regarding copyright and trademark infringement found on the Internet, LinkedIn, and other social media platforms, cybersquatting, domain name disputes, website piracy and hijacking, application of federal and state electronic signature acts, and invasion of privacy and defamation claims resulting from use of Twitter, Instagram, and other social media.
Call Our Clayton Law Office
Contact Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. at 314-727-2266. If an evening or weekend appointment is necessary, we will adjust our schedules to fit yours.