Today it is virtually impossible to imagine modern economic life without information technology (IT). Regardless of whether IT is one of your company's core competencies or only a necessary element of your business, nowadays, no company can do business without a modern and efficient IT system.
In the area of IT law, there are different types of contracts. There are, for example, contracts
Finally, there are special forms of IT contracts, for example for freeware, open source software, software as a service (SaaS) and application service providing (ASP).
Depending on the IT contract, various types of contract regulated by law (e.g. purchase contract, service contract, rental contract) may be applicable. The legal provisions always apply if nothing to the contrary has been agreed in the IT contract with regard to a specific issue.
One core area of IT law are all types of IT agreements and contracts concluded with respect to any kind of IT products or IT services, including the area of e-commerce. WINHELLER can assist you in drafting all types of those contracts in a legally compliant way. These may include:
Navigating safely through the sometimes dense jungle of legal regulations of IT law is indispensable for ensuring a smooth and cost-efficient use of your IT systems and marketing your IT products. When it comes to handling cross-border (international) IT contracts, companies also need an experienced partner who has an overview of all applicable regulations and can explain them so as to ensure that you are on the safe side both within your company and in your relations with business partners.
We assist your company in the area of IT contracts in Germany and stand firmly by your side as a reliable partner. You decide whether you wish to involve us at defined project stages or as an outsourced legal department. Our experienced IT contract attorneys will determine your needs together with you and you decide how we can assist to you.
You wish to draft an IT contract, outsource IT services or launch a new IT project in Germany?
are your partners for all issues and aspects of German IT contract law. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any questions at any time. The easiest way to contact us is by e-mail (email@example.com) or by phone (+49 69 76 75 77 80).