The Internet has introduced an entirely new social and business dynamic with a unique set of legal issues and challenges. From advertising and intellectual property to privacy and e-commerce, the online environment has generated novel legal concerns such as cyber-piracy, data protection and potential breaches, copyright infringers, trademark thieves, rogue affiliates/marketers and more. Armstrong Teasdale lawyers have been at the forefront of Internet and e-commerce law since it emerged in the early 1990s.
Armstrong Teasdale’s Patent Group makes e-commerce representations most effective. Our Business Services and Intellectual Property Groups work very closely together to bring necessary and appropriate knowledge to the table in each transaction, all as the client sees fit.
Our lawyers have the technical knowledge and extensive legal experience and specialization needed for supporting the M&A team and commercial team and addressing all unique legal issues involved with buying or selling high-value intellectual property, including software solutions (whether patented or unpatented) and technology-based contract portfolios.