When most relevant laws were enacted, “bodiless” software had not existed. The law governing electronic data processing is regulated by numerous individual provisions from national and international legislation.

Many areas of law – for example copyright law, data protection law, trademark law – are reproduced here in particular form.

We have been attentively observing the development of computer law since 1989. Since then it has been an established part of our areas of activity.

Relevant key words are for example:

  • Software licence agreement
  • Software development
  • Software projects
  • Application Service Providing
  • Domain disputes
  • Hardware and software distribution
  • Software leasing
  • Web design
  • E-commerce
  • Obligation to provide legal details

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