What is IT Law?
Information technology law (also called “cyberlaw”) concerns the law of information technology, including computing and the internet. It is related to legal informatics, and governs the digital dissemination of both (digitalized) information and software, information security and electronic commerce. aspects and it has been described as “paper laws” for a “paperless environment”. It raises specific issues of intellectual property in computing and online, contract law, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction.
Legal services in the development of software services WEB, despite the sparse legislative regulation in Ukraine, is provided by the Law Firm “MARZONI” for a long time. Such work allowed to get a unique experience in the direction of legal support of IT technologies in Kharkov: to understand the specifics of the business organization-IT from scratch, to take into account the specifics of taxation, as well as to provide legal protection in hiring employees. Also, remember the need to protect intellectual property rights. Therefore, the legal practice IT-law is closely connected and in many respects repeats the legal services of the section “Intellectual Property”. A separate issue is the organization of online business, which is rapidly developing and requires a competent legal settlement.
Legal services in the field of IT
Here an indicative list of legal services provided by the company and publications in the field of IT law:
• opening of the software business in Ukraine;
• development of highly specialized contracts, taking into account the issues of non-competition, protection and transfer of copyright, confidentiality;
• preparation of documents for posting them on the site, a public offer contract, caution of liability, rules for using the site);
• consulting on concluding a franchising agreement (commercial concession agreement);
• Registration of copyrights for the program (software work) in Ukraine
• advising on the protection of signs for goods and services (including in the use of an unregistered trademark);
• trademark registration
• denial of inaccurate information on the Internet;
• Protection of intellectual property on the Internet.