Our notable experience includes:
- Advising on the intellectual property aspects of licensing arrangements of a major Australian wine producer
- Acting in a wide range of matters for clients involved in consumer products, agribusiness, wine and processing relating to the commercialisation of intellectual property
- Prepared suite of software licencing, maintenance and support agreements for spatial software developer (Australia and USA)
- Prepared suite of software licencing, maintenance and support (including service level) contracts for Tier 1 mining and energy software vendor
- Reviewing standard form procurement contracts offered by BHP, Rio Tinto and FMG
- Advised large private industrial company in relation to Oracle software licence audit, including compliance with licensing terms and challenging licence fees demanded for virtual machines and multiple software instances
- Advising ASX listed property company in relation to terms of Microsoft Dynamics enterprise software licence
- Advising large agribusiness in relation to Telstra cloud contracts and licence terms
- Acting for numerous software and IT related start-ups, advising on all legal aspects of their businesses
- Prepared and reviewed software maintenance and support agreements and SaaS agreement for many clients
- Prepared numerous website and app T&C's
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