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For years we have worked closely with Art and Joel representing licensees in vendor software audits and disputes. Time and time again, they have demonstrated their skill in providing clients with aggressive defense positioning while deftly avoiding
Nathan Biggs, SVP Products and ServicesOpsCompass & House of Brick
Art and Joel were both recipients of the 2014 Marc L. Fleischaker Pro Bono Award for
Outstanding Contributions to the Public Interest, for work related to the protection and preservation of early 20th Century American art.
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Stefani MũnozTech Target
“Art and Joel are fierce advocates with an unwavering commitment to their clients. They helped to navigate my company through a multitude of complex and seemingly intractable problems related to contractual rights and obligations. They take the time to learn not just the legal issues, but also the client’s objectives and aspirations.”
Ben Warner, CTOVere Labs
Biglaw veterans Arthur S. Beeman and Joel T. Muchmore launched a boutique devoted to counseling and litigation related to software licensing. The partners have years of experience handling high-profile litigation in this practice, leading a litigation team for Mars Inc. against software licensing giant Oracle corporation.
Kamila KnaudtLos Angeles Daily Journal
Virtual law firms have become popular in the 2000s, but the formation of Beeman Muchmore this week feels like something new: a virtual firm combined with a microspecialty intellectual property practice. In this case it’s resolving licensing disputes over enterprise resource planning software.