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Technology Law and Government Contracting

Technology

BTLG attorneys are Maryland technology lawyers who can provide legal assistance in your technology matters. We have experience in matters of computer software, Internet, e-commerce, and intellectual issues with substantial experience in licensing of computer software related technologies.

Government Contracting

BTLG has substantial experience in representing government contractors, particularly those working in clearance environments with DoD agencies, including at the National Security Agency (NSA), PAX River, and Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG).

Technology Law Services:

  • Software licensing, UCITA, source code escrow, hosting
  • Copyright, trademark, trade secret, OEM agreements
  • Best practices, terms of use, distributor agreements, end-user licensing, development agreements, marketing agreements
  • Database and data protection, privacy rights, COPPA, UNISG
  • Independent contractors, teaming agreements, non-disclosure agreements, employee NDAs, assignments
  • Asset sales, sale of government contract rights, government rights in data, U.S. federal government contracting and contract rights, Department of Defense (DoD) contract rights
  • Contract disputes, infringement actions, arbitration
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News from BTLG:

Non-competes for low wage earners void
Under a new Maryland law any non-compete agreement that restricts the ability of an employee who earns less than $15.00 per hour or $31,200)annually, to work in the same or similar business or trade shall be deemed null and void
New $15.00 Maryland Minimum Wage
Maryland recently joined the ranks of other states that have enacted legislation to raise the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour
Contractor Enhanced Liability for Unpaid Wages
Beginning on October 1, 2018, general contractors working on construction projects became jointly and severally liable for a subcontractor’s failure to pay its employees for all hours worked in violation of Maryland’s Wage Payment and Collection Law
Voting Leave
Maryland employers have an obligation to provide paid leave for employees to vote under certain circumstances
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