Technology and Computer Law

Technology Lawyers that Speak Your Language

Oziel Law specializes in the development of technology, software, outsourcing and cloud computing agreements. Whether your technology company needs to develop a template development, licensing, services or hosting agreement, Oziel Law can ensure that your agreement contains sufficient consideration for source code, content and intellectual property ownership, open-source licensing and privacy considerations. We stay current with the latest legal and technological trends to ensure we provide our clients with strategic, practical advice.

Our Technology Law services include:

  • Drafting Technology Agreements

    We draft agreements specific to the industry, including software development and licensing agreements, statements of work, source code ownership and escrow agreements, IT master services agreements, cloud computing agreements (including Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) agreements), web and application hosting agreements, service level agreements (SLA), non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, outsourcing agreements, IT independent contractor agreements, and terms of use and privacy policies.

  • General Counsel

    We can assist you with your general needs, including ownership and protection issues for proprietary technology and software, consulting in regards to the development of document management systems, and compliance with technology regulation and licensing matters.

  • VOIP Services

    We act for several hosted and virtual PBX and Voice Over IP (VOIP) telephone service providers with regard to VOIP Terms of Service and Privacy Policies, Emergency dialling and E-911 Policies and Disclaimers, Fair Usage Policies, VOIP Reseller Agreement, and Applications to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) for a Basic International Telecommunications Service (BITS) License.

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