Legal Considerations for Mobile App Developers November 10, 2020, 12:00pm EST November 10, 2020, 1:30pm EST
Address:
Zoom Webinar
Zoom Webinar
Portland, Maine, 04101

This live webinar, sponsored by Perkins Thompson, P.A., is for companies and individuals that develop and publish mobile software applications. We will review key legal issues for these businesses to understand how to grow, publish in the major app stores, manage liability and drive revenue. Attendees will receive useful legal checklists to keep for future reference. The presentation will be interactive, with plenty of Q&A time.

We’ll cover:

• What to know about the Apple/iOS and Google/Android developer agreements, and how to avoid app store takedowns.
• What legal documents do you need to prepare, and what should be in them? How does your privacy policy relate to your End User License Agreement?
• Intellectual Property Issues: What do you need to know about copyright and trademark?
• What to know if you outsource development or design work to contractors.
• General tips for reducing liability and risk.

Your Presenter: Adam Nyhan, Esq.

Adam is an attorney at Perkins Thompson, P.A. He represents established software companies and startups in the United States, Europe, India and other countries. His tech clients include SaaS providers, custom software developers, website developers, DevOps firms, mobile app developers, video game developers and managed I.T. services firms. Adam writes customer-facing agreements (Terms of Use, API agreements and license agreements), negotiates with customers, counsels on privacy/data protection compliance, helps companies employees and freelancers, and guides them through debt and equity financing deals.

He has represented DirecTV, Discover Financial Services, banks, marketing agencies, media companies and other creative professionals. In addition to his transactional work, he has years of experience in commercial litigation, antitrust counseling and white collar defense, in industries ranging from defense contracting to insurance to electronic payments.

Separate from his legal work, Adam co-founded a Los Angeles software startup, was a Product Manager and General Counsel for a New York City software company, and has founded two other businesses. He has worn nearly every hat inside a tech startup, from enterprise sales to pitching investors, from UX design to managing engineers. He’s been there in the trenches with his clients and he loves it. Adam is licensed to practice law in New York and Maine.