In almost every instance, the End User License Agreement (“EULA”) associated with a mobile application (or “app”) is the primary legal document memorializing the terms
KMT technology lawyers draft, review and revise end-user license agreements for mobile applications and software offerings, as well as business-to-business licensing agreements for software, hardware, mobile applications and other technology.
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End-User License Agreements (EULAs) for Mobile Applications, Software Offerings and other Technology
EULAs are essential in establishing the ownership rights of the applicable mobile app or software developer, while setting forth the limited, conditional terms of the license that the end-user acquires in and to the underlying software/app.
Business-to-Business Licensing Ageements for Mobile Applications, Software, Hardware, and other Technology
There are specific legal issues that vary depending on the functionality of a given software, hardware, mobile app, or other technology. One issue to consider is the type of content/offerings featured by and through the mobile app/software and the commercial transactions undertaken in connection within. Given this level of variance, unless tech-specific agreements and policies are customized to fit the particular app, those legal documents will not adequately address each mobile app/software operator’s specific legal needs.
Without properly drafted development/purchase agreement, business entities commissioning works from third parties may leave themselves without sufficient intellectual property rights in and to the works purchased. Accordingly, it is highly recommended that you retain qualified legal counsel to ensure that any purchase agreements that you intend to use, or currently use, are drafted and/or revised, as applicable, in order to ensure that they will grant you the broadest and most complete ownership rights possible.
As early as possible in the creative process, names, logos, designs, slogans and other branding features associated with mobile applications should be carefully vetted by an experienced intellectual property attorney to minimize the risk of unwelcome legal surprises from third-party brand owners.
KMT technology lawyers advise clients on ventures undertaken in connection with various social media platforms. In addition, KMT offers its clients comprehensive review of their marketing materials, web and/or mobile content and creative material, in order to ensure compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
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A Message to Mobile App Operators Any business or other entity that operates/offers a mobile application, or “app,” should ensure that there is an End-User