In the world of intellectual property and technology, change is swift. Data security is an ongoing challenge. Asset valuation is as much art as science. The gap between real-world applications and regulatory oversight is vast and business opportunities are virtually infinite.
The Technology Group at Ally Law helps enterprises, entrepreneurs, and inventors cut through the noise, identify and protect their key creative assets and put those resources to work. We advise clients at every step, from conducting intellectual property audits and detailed reviews of legislative and regulatory issues to negotiating research and development, confidentiality, licensing and technology-transfer agreements.
Today’s information moves at lightning speed and without regard to geopolitical borders. Similarly, disputes with vendors, suppliers, customers and law enforcement officials might arise at any time, in any place. Our skilled, experienced litigators represent clients in trials, appeals, arbitrations and mediations in local, national and international courtrooms and before respected arbitral institutions.
Our lawyers represent clients from every sector of the global economy, including advertising, aviation, biotech, data aggregation, entertainment and media, food and beverage, gaming, garment, healthcare, higher education, hospitality, medical devices, natural resources, outsourcing, pharmaceuticals, software, sporting goods and telecommunications.
Ally Law’s areas of technology concentration include the follwing:
IP and IT Prosecution and Compliance
- Advertising and media law
- Competition law
- Consumer protection law
- Data privacy and protection
- Domain names
- Industrial designs
- Intellectual property audits
- Sweepstakes and promotions
- Trade secrets
- Trademarks, service marks and trade names
IP and IT Transactions
- Franchise agreements
- Joint venture and joint R&D agreements
- License agreements
- Merger and acquisition due diligence
- Reseller and OEM agreements
- Technology transfers
IP and IT Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Antipiracy and anticounterfeit law
- Business litigation and appeals
- International arbitration and mediation