If you own a mobile software application you will want to utilize a clearly written mobile app license agreement to protect your intellectual property rights from being stolen, misappropriated or misused. This is the case whether your mobile app works on an iPhone, iPad, or Android smart phone or device.
Mobile App End User License Agreement (EULA) attorney Andrew S. Bosin serves clients nationwide across the United States with offices in New Jersey. Andrew provides legal advice and also negotiates, drafts, structures and helps companies of all sizes understand legally what terms and conditions should be included in a Mobile App End User License Agreement (EULA).
Although there are many good legal reasons why a mobile app developer or website selling an app should require a user to sign a Mobile App End User License Agreement (EULA) one of the most important reasons to do so should be the limitation of liability and/or restriction on the amount or type of damages a user or customer can recover against the app maker, creator, developer or website selling the app.
Specifically, any business developing or selling an app should carefully consider what type of damages it will allow the user to sue for in the EULA and it should also limit the monetary amount that it can be sued for. Many websites will limit the amount of damages to $100.00 or to a specific dollar amount related to fees charged to a user over a specific period of time, i.e., three months.
This is not legal advice nor by any means an exhaustive list of all of the legal terms and language or conditions that must and should be included in any Mobile App End User License Agreement (EULA).
Andrew S. Bosin, LLC is a Technology Mobile App Law Firm with a nationwide mobile app development legal practice located in Bergen County, NJ, assisting businesses, startups and internet and website companies.
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