It seems a fitting bookend that now, on our one-year anniversary, many of us are beginning to emerge from the pandemic. As we collectively begin exploring just what our new world is and what it means to all of us, we continue to adhere to the mantra that launched our firm a year ago: The Best is Yet to Come.
In this recently published article, co-authored with our partners Dean Bolton and Michael Corey of LicenseFortress, we discuss our observations regarding software license audits since the Covid-19 shutdown began just over one year ago.
As we say farewell to 2020, we would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your continued support of Beeman & Muchmore. To say that 2020 has been an interesting year would be an understatement, as abrupt changes swept across the globe in nearly every profession and walk of life.
We recently wrote a very timely article for the July/August issue of The Patent Lawyer Magazine titled "Covid-19, Software License Audits and Patent Litigation" where we discuss how the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic necessitates a proactive approach to possible software license audit opportunists.
We are very excited to collaborate with LicenseFortress in a webinar this Thursday, September 10, 2020, in conjunction with LES. We will provide context for the coming wave of software audits and explain how companies can best protect their assets.
We are thrilled to share some recent favorable coverage by various publications in the legal industry who have taken notice of our new “GigLaw” model as it coincides with the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.