ICT law is a distinct field of law. There is no single body of law which can be called ICT law, and it is, at the same time, it’s own field and a combination of many other fields. ICT law comprises elements of various fields of law, such as contract law, copyright law, trademark law, patent law, intellectual property law, consumer protection law, criminal law, tax law, telecommunications law, data protection law, etc. Due to the complicated nature of ICT law and to the fact that it includes so many aspects of law, it is imperative that ICT contracts be very clearly and cleverly structured, in order to protect your rights, on one hand, and to allow an ongoing relationship between the parties, on the other. All ICT contracts refer to the relationship between IT vendors and their clients, and as such every IT vendor should have very well structured contracts in place, to protect them from any issues that might arise in the future.
Thanks to the experience we’ve gained over the years as Patent Attorneys, members of the Romanian Chamber of Patent Attorneys since 2006, we can look on your legal concern from a broad perspective and we can draft, review or negotiate a wide range of ICT contracts: license agreements, SaaS agreements, IT service agreements, service level agreements, support and maintenance agreements, professional service agreement and so on.