TECHNOLOGY LAW

We provide legal advice and representation to customers and suppliers of technology and telecommunications services. Some of our clients include software developers, smartphone application developers, internet services providers, distributors, wholesalers, resellers and retailers of technology, e-commerce businesses and radiocommunications solutions.

We have significant experience in the drafting and negotiation of software licences, customer agreements, support and maintenance agreements, technology services agreements, reseller and distribution agreements with both private sector and government organisations.

BUSINESS ACQUISITIONS

The sale and purchase of businesses is an area of law that is fraught with risk. We can offer advice on how to ensure title of a business and the transfer of all goodwill. There are significant searches and enquiries and investigations that will be carried

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BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW

Our lawyers are experienced in the provision of strategic legal advice for Australian and international businesses and commercial enterprises engaged in the provision of products and services in and throughout Australia. We regularly act for a range of

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COMMERCIAL CONTRACT DRAFTING AND NEGOTIATION

Our lawyers have extensive experience in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, deeds, heads of agreement, and other commercial documents. We have experience in drafting a wide range of agreements, from partnership, joint venture

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COPYRIGHT, TRADEMARK AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

Copyright, trademark and intellectual property law is an intricate area of law relating to the protection of literary, dramatic, musical, artistic and other works. Intellectual property is of significant importance and is often highly valued. Our

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CORPORATIONS LAW

Our law firms have experience in advising corporate clients (from small single shareholder companies to public listed corporations) on a range of corporate issues. Companies can be attractive business entities under which organisations can

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INTERNET, DOMAIN NAME AND E-COMMERCE LAW

Alan Arnott, technology lawyer provides technology and telecommunications law advice to clients. Alan has qualifications in both law and computer science and regularly advises on internet law, domain name law and e-commerce law matters.

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ISP AND SATELLITE LAW

Internet Service Providers face a unique set of legal issues. Alan Arnott, technology lawyer at Arnotts Lawyers Jones Bay Wharf provides advice to internet service providers on a range of legal issues. Some examples of matters Alan has worked on fo

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PRODUCT LIABILITY

Product liability is an important area of law to be aware of, for all suppliers, manufacturers, importers, resellers and other relevant organisations. We have experience advising clients on consumer protection and product liability matters,

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REGULATORY ADVICE

Regulatory advice is a service that our lawyers provide to clients operating in a range of industries. We regularly are consulted to advise on the regulatory impact of our clients’ business plans and can provide strategic advice tailored to the

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SPAM AND PRIVACY LAW

Spam and privacy law are legal issues that now carry with them serious statutory repercussions for failure to comply with the law. We regularly advise clients on spam and privacy matters, including in respect of obligations that arise under the Privacy A

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Technology, Software and IT Services Law

We provide legal advice and representation to customers and suppliers of technology and telecommunications services. Some of our clients include software developers, smartphone application developers, internet services providers, distributors,

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW

We have experience providing telecommunications law advice to a range of clients.Under the Telecommunications Act, licensed telecommunications carriers are provided with rights to install low impact facilities subject to the requirements of the

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TRADE PRACTICES

The Trade Practices Act 1974 was legislation that governed business practices between Australian consumers and businesses. The Act was replaced by the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 which enacted the Australian Consumer Law.The Australian

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