How to Allocate Your IP in a Software Development Agreement

Posted on March 20, 2015

Software development companies should conduct regular audits of their intellectual property to fully understand the rights they own and to make sure they do not, unwittingly, infringe on the intellectual property rights of their customers and competitors. Let’s go back to basics. Software and other related work product (i.e. manuals and other documentation) are protected… Read more »

Software Development Agreements – Lessons Learned from the Dallas Ebola Case

Posted on October 7, 2014

The recent onset of Ebola in Dallas, Texas, initially blamed on poorly designed electronic health record software, highlights the need for carefully drafted software development agreements. When the case was diagnosed, media outlets initially reported that a software glitch may have prevented the E.R. doctors from viewing the entire medical history of the patient, including… Read more »

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