Austin business litigation Attorney, Jason Coomer has handled commercial litigation including breach of contract arbitrations; trademark, domain, & patent lawsuits; and real estate development arbitrations. He has also advised business developers and new businesses. As the Chair of Computer & Technology Section of the State Bar of Texas and Director & Speaker at Bar Tech Conferences, he is familiar with a wide variety of Computer and other Technology issues.
If you need an Austin technology attorney or an Austin attorney to advise you on business dissolution, contact Austin technology lawyer Jason Coomer.
Because of the rapid growth of Computer
and Internet Technology traditional areas of business law
have been changing. Computer and Internet Law or
Cyberlaw is a relatively new area of law that is really a
combination of numerous other areas of law including
intellectual property law, business contracts, real estate
development, franchise, and corporate law. The difference
between Cyberlaw and other traditional areas of law is that
in Cyberlaw, previously decided legal issues are being
challenged and need to be re-examined because of advances in
technology. Whether you have trade dress problems,
breach of web development agreements, or theft of
intellectual property, it is important to have a business
law lawyer that is familiar with emerging areas of law.
The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer, P.L.L.C. helps individuals and businesses draft and negotiate contracts, license agreements, and screen disclaimers as well as advises businesses on domain disputes, trademark and copyright infringement, breach of contracts, damages from computer software and hardware defects, anti-trust claims, business disputes, trade secret disputes, franchise contracts, free speech issues, jurisdictional disputes, and liability issues.
If you need an Austin business litigation attorney or an Austin attorney to advise you on business development, contact austin business litigation lawyer Jason Coomer.