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In the time since we served as the litigation team behind the seminal Mars v. Oracle matter, we have gradually assumed the role of thought leaders regarding the legal issues underlying software licensing disputes. Part of this responsibility includes tracking trends in software licensing so we can help you understand what to expect.

In addition to long-form insights published in industry-standard periodicals, we enjoy regularly blogging on fast-breaking matters of interest.

Latest Articles

Right in Our Backyard: The Crash of Silicon Valley Bank and What it May Mean for ERP Licensees
We have followed the Silicon Valley Bank story and know to train a keen eye toward the potential knock-on effects for our ERP clients.
Covid-19 & Software Licensing Ramifications Due to Remote Access
Companies should assume that software vendors will have a laser focus on aspects of noncompliance related to remote workplaces due to Covid-19. After struggling to win new business during the pandemic, software vendors will be on the lookout for ways to ‘exercise their audit rights’ and expand their revenue streams. Now is the time to prepare for inevitable software licensing audits.
The Road from BigLaw to GigLaw: Pt. II
After the retrospective in Part I of “The Road from BigLaw to GigLaw,” we now look into the future of our industry. Specifically, we consider the progressive delivery models that the consumers of legal services have worked for years to put in place and which we believe will be firmly entrenched in the post-Covid-19 economy.

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We represented Mars, Incorporated in the iconic Mars v. Oracle litigation.

Find out how it changed the ERP market.