The Prinz Law Office’s significant experience in working in the world-famous Silicon Valley software industry uniquely positions the firm as a global leader in the software/software-as-a-service (“SaaS”) industry.
The Prinz Law Office has worked with individual developers as well as early stage and publicly traded software and SaaS companies throughout the United States and on worldwide basis, advising them on issues ranging from protection of their intellectual property rights in the software, commercialization strategies, the drafting of their company’s terms of service and standard agreements, the negotiation of agreements with their key customers, and the resolution of disputes. The firm has experience not only in working with traditional software companies but also in working with companies launching smart-phone applications, SaaS business models, and medical and health care-focused software products. The range and depth of The Prinz Law Office’s experience in the industry firmly establishes our expertise in the field of software law.
Firm founder Kristie Prinz is also firmly established as a national leader in the software and Internet law fields. She recently completed a five year term of service on the Advisory Board of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the High Tech Section of the Santa Clara Bar Association and the Programs Committee for the Science and Technology Section of the American Bar Association (“ABA”). She also has been an active participant in the ABA’s Cyberspace Committee of the Business Section and the Cyberspace Committee of the California Bar. Her prior experience includes serving a two year term on the Copyright Committee of the Intellectual Property Owners Association, serving as Copyright Licensing Subcommittee Chair for the Intellectual Property Section of the ABA, and co-chairing the VoIP Committee of the Science and Technology Section of the ABA. She is also a frequent speaker and media contributor on Internet and software-related issues.
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