Practice/Industry Group Overview
Technological advances drive business decisions in many areas today. From computerizing business information, automating production, to engaging in commerce on the Internet, every section of society feels the impact of ever advancing technology. Nexsen Pruet became one of the leaders in law firm technology by embracing modern data processing, word processing, networking and communications technology in the 1970s and 80s. This firm realized from its own experience that clients needed legal advice in the areas of technology and computers.
Combining experience in intellectual property, licensing, finance, telecommunications, federal and state regulatory practice and commercial contracts, the Computers and Technology practice group assists clients with any aspect of technology law. Licensing technology, valuing technological innovations, negotiating computer/technology contracts, and complying with government regulations can all raise a variety of legal issues.
The Nexsen Pruet team can guide you through these complex matters and, if needed, help you with litigation when you or your business encounters difficulties. The Computers and Technology practice group wants to aid you in planning for the future and utilizing electronic commerce and new technology for your business.