We advise our clients on the protection and management of their intellectual property assets; more particularly, on all matters of trademark, trade secret and copyright law, including their clearance, related licensing, enforcement, and, when necessary, litigation. In vigorously protecting our clients’ assets as well as their best interests, our attorneys utilize creative settlement arrangements and alternative dispute resolution in order to avoid costly litigation.
In addition to technology-focused legal services, our attorneys have experience handling virtually every typical legal and business aspect required by technology companies on a regular basis, including real estate transactions, employment contracts, and tax issues.
Oved & Oved’s experience and knowledge of Technology Litigation enables us to effectively counsel and represent clients as to information technology outsourcing disputes and other computer and software related matters. With technology defining and shaping the corporate landscape, companies are increasingly leveraging information technology. Businesses now seek to build strategic advantages and achieve cost-savings, economic efficiencies, and improved service quality. Accordingly, information technology outsourcing has reached unprecedented levels.
In this context, disputes have arisen between parties to information technology outsourcing agreements over differing interpretations as to the scope and meaning of contractual provisions, failure to realize expected savings, exit barriers and termination provisions, data integrity, protection of proprietary information, and the failure to meet service levels.
Oved & Oved LLP’s Technology Litigation practice counsels and represents clients as to information technology outsourcing disputes and other computer and software related matters.
Our Technology Litigation work includes:
Our Technology Litigation practice brings together experienced attorneys from a wide cross section of our practice areas in order to resolve complex information technology disputes through negotiations, arbitrations, and state and federal court litigation.