We are seeing a considerable increase in copyright infringements in relation to digital creative work, including websites, software, and designs. It is not unusual to see entire webpages, including written content, development code, and logos being copied unlawfully. Our online copyright lawyers will act quickly to have the copied content removed from a website and from search engines. We can also hold the website hosting company liable if they fail to delete content which they have been ordered to remove.
Software Copyright: Computer software is treated as a “literary work” and we advise developers on their copyright to prevent competitors from copying, adapting and launching their software ideas and creations.
Database Rights: Technology businesses hold a large amount of data. We offer excellent services and legal advice from our Intellectual Property team specializing in protecting database rights against infringements.
Trade Secret Protection: Our expert technology lawyers are experienced in helping clients keep their sensitive information safe and offer a range of services from confidentiality agreements to Non-Disclosure Agreements.
Online Brand Protection: Protecting the value of your brand online is a lot to do with reputation management. Online brand protection services from The Case Lawyer seek to protect the credibility and equity you have built within your business and include our enforcement, monitoring and detection capabilities.
Domain Name Protection: Our law firm helps clients to protect their brands on the internet so provide a mechanism and legal services regarding registration of the domain names on national and international level. Being a technology law firm, we are well positioned to deal with the legal matters that arise for owners of large domain name portfolios.
Website Content Protection: To protect service providers whose users may post or distribute infringing content on their platforms, the DMCA shields them from liability for copyright infringement if they promptly remove the infringing material upon receiving a takedown notice from the copyright owner.