Atlanta Information Technology Lawyer

Our Atlanta information technology attorneys have distinctive industry expertise in information technology, software, and e-commerce. We work with technology companies, particularly software, SaaS, web services companies, IT contractors, and IT developers. Our information technology expertise is based upon experience, judgment, and knowledge. Our experience enables us to grasp the business and legal issues faced by our clients quickly and to know what works and does not. Our judgment enables us to provide effective advice on acceptable risk levels. Our Atlanta IT attorneys’ in-depth knowledge of the business and legal issues facing our clients ensures that our clients benefit from the latest thinking and solutions.

Our Atlanta IT attorneys frequently advise clients of the information technology issues involved in:

  • Business Contracts
  • Intellectual Property Rights Allocation
  • Licensing Terms
  • Warranties
  • Indemnities
  • Damage Disclaimers
  • Limitations of Liability
  • Open Source Software
  • Web Development Agreements
  • Business Process Outsourcing
  • Software Development
  • Data Center Agreements
  • Cloud Computing Agreements
  • Software License Agreements
  • VAR Agreements
  • Distribution Agreements

Atlanta Information Technology Litigation Attorney

Our Atlanta IT lawyers also counsel clients in the creation and protection of technology and actively assist clients in creating new information technology business models.

Our Atlanta information technology lawyers remain at the leading edge of information technology business and legal issues through membership and active participation in various industry and legal associations, including the Technology Alliance of Georgia, the Atlanta Venture Forum, the American Bar Association’s Subcommittee on the Law of Cyber Space, the Computer Law Association, and the Technology Law Section of the Georgia Bar.

Our Atlanta technology litigation attorneys enforce agreements, address copyright violations, patent infringement, and breach of software license agreements.Contact Gerry Balboni or another experienced Atlanta Information Technology lawyer at Krevolin & Horst, LLC.