IT, Internet & Mobile

Sequel Legal has a proven track record of success in effectively negotiating hundreds of different types of business and strategic collaborations in the IT, internet, and mobile space, including:

  • Joint ventures
  • Outsourcing
  • Software development and licensing
  • Product distribution
  • Privacy policies and data protection addendums
  • Database licensing and protection
  • Due diligence of IT and digital assets
  • Health data sharing

We have a strong background advising clients in the health, drug, device, biologics, financial, and utility industries when they need true prowess in protecting and licensing mission critical applications. For example, we have represented clients in their development and licensing of these complex apps and systems:

  • Substance use disorder (SUD) care coordination app
  • SUD treatment outcomes data collection and reporting system
  • Hearing health care mobile app
  • Blood glucose and ketone monitoring app
  • Commodity trading platform
  • Control system for a major electrical grid
  • Database of airline travel reservations and cleared tickets
  • Association database of 32+ million members
  • System for pharmacogenomic research
  • Trade brokerage platform
  • Pick and pack systems
  • Logistics software
  • Online community data

Our attorneys’ real-world experiences enable us to be practical and efficient in handling business and transactional matters important to technology companies. We can capably handle your IT and internet transactions – big or small.

Melise Blakeslee, Sequel Legal’s Founding Principal, served as the outside general counsel for two high-tech firms – a cybersecurity firm and a provider of software as a medical device. In those roles, she advised on myriad technology, health, and business issues.

Similarly, Sequel attorney Shawn Curtis has a unique professional background that helps our clients implement carefully planned technology strategies. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Curtis was an IT professional.