Software Non-Compete & Non-Disclosure Agreement Attorney Andrew S. Bosin can effectively draft, review & negotiate software development NDAs.
Software Development Agreements
Software development agreement attorney Andrew S. Bosin with a nationwide law practice based in New Jersey is capable of developing and negotiating software development contracts that protect the interests of both clients and software developers. These development agreements and contracts often contain terms and language outlining the intellectual property (IP) ownership for the respective parties. A software development agreement is a smart way to avoid disputes that might occur down the road, and it can help businesses avoid unnecessary and costly litigation.
Developing a Custom Software Development Agreement
While enterprise software application developers may have the ability to create or develop many different types of software applications, unlike trained attorneys, they don’t have the skill set to know how to protect their intellectual property. Because development contracts might vary greatly depending on the type of business involved, it is important to consult with and retain a software attorney that can create a customized software application development agreement based on the client’s individualized needs. These agreements can cover terms such as a transfer of copyright from the developer to the client, and they can outline a specific type of procedure for resolving disputes, such as arbitration or mediation. Software agreements can and should also address the “work made for hire” doctrine.
Negotiating Software Development Agreements
Software developers should retain and hire software lawyers to negotiate all aspects of software development agreements. Software developers may desire to agree to terms regarding the specific type of software being developed for their client. They may also want varying payment terms such as a time and materials agreement or a fixed-price agreement according to each client’s specific needs. Such terms might prevent a nonperformance claim after the developer completes work on the software for that client. Or, clients may want a warranty of specific performance regarding the capabilities of the software. Andrew S. Bosin can help both sides come to an agreement that will satisfy their individual software development agreement needs.
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