Technology is central to almost all aspects of our clients' operations, and the need to stay current with technological developments is essential to surviving, and thriving, in tomorrow's business world.

From procuring, developing, distributing, or licensing technology, through to e-commerce, billing, payments, money transmission, and customer care, Holland & Hart can assist in a broad spectrum of IT, Software & Technology-related transactions.

How we can help:

Technology Procurement, Development and Distribution

  • Equipment purchase, trial, and maintenance agreements
  • Software licensing (inbound/outbound), maintenance, and support agreements
  • Hardware and software development, trial, and beta test agreements
  • Application development and open source development issues
  • Strategic partnership and joint venture agreements
  • Professional services and consulting agreements
  • Referral, reseller, value-added reseller, sales representative, and agency agreements
  • Marketing and distribution agreements, including co-marketing, branding and teaming agreements
  • App store agreements and SDK license agreements
  • Systems integrator agreements

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