Technology Law

Bailey & Company’s tech law practice is devoted to providing the top legal guidance on tech law. Located in Little Rock, Arkansas, our tech law attorney can advise tech companies on all aspects of tech law.

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Developing and protecting cutting-edge technology is important to start-up technology companies seeking to protect their market share and broaden options for raising capital. While cutting-edge technologies, such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, are often used to simplify processes, the technologies themselves, and the laws governing their protection, can be complex. When working with technology companies, Bailey & Company first aims to develop a deep understanding of their technologies and then applies a wealth of knowledge in technology law to help with developing and implementing strategies for protecting their technologies.

As many start-up technology companies may be all too familiar with, building a brand around a technology can involve a significant investment of time and money. Thus, at the outset, it can be important protect the brand from misuse, which may be damaging to the reputation of both the brand and the technology. Bailey & Company can assist technology companies in preparing and prosecuting applications to register trademarks and in addressing potential infringing uses of their marks.

As technology companies grow, they generally must build relationships with numerous investors, suppliers, customers, and strategic partners, which can create IP risks as such relationships may involve detailed disclosures about or use of their technology. In this regard, Bailey & Company can help technology companies structure contracts, such as software licenses and non-disclosure agreements, to foster such relationships while reducing exposure to IP risks.

Contact us to learn more about how Bailey & Company may help your company protect its technologies. We understand the challenges faced by start-ups and have developed many fee arrangements with those challenges in mind.