Connecticut Tech Startup Lawyers

Connecticut Tech Startup Lawyers

With offices conveniently located between Hartford and New Haven, our lawyers routinely advise Connecticut entrepreneurs and tech startup companies in legal matters specific to the technology and software industries. Our experienced business law attorneys provide both transactional and litigation legal counseling to clients across all technology fields.

In addition to handling matters related to business formation, our Connecticut startup attorneys are vastly experienced in providing legal counseling to technology-based clients, including those focused on web-based, cloud-based, and mobile software applications.


Our Hartford, Connecticut, technology attorneys understand the many legal, regulatory, and business risks that are inherent in the marketing and distribution of technology products and services. We also understand the financial challenges facing Connecticut start-ups and entrepreneurs, as well as their need for budget predictability and cost-effective legal services.

Most importantly, our attorneys understand the growth cycle of an early-stage technology firm and can match our clients’ organizational and operational growth to their specific legal needs. This is important because it allows our clients to predictably track their financial resources with their future business and legal objectives in accordance with the short- and long-term goals of their company.


With our technology startup clients in mind, our startup attorneys developed a specifically tailored roadmap of legal documents and best practices to best suit the needs of startup companies. This enables our clients to adequately protect their intellectual property, implement contracting best practices with their customers and third parties, and meet their regulatory requirements.

Our general focus in working with technology startups is to help them address key legal issues in the following categories:

Business Formation

We can guide you through all aspects of business formation including: entity selection, incorporation, equity, and corporate ownership, roles and responsibilities, invention assignment, and confidentiality

An attorney reviewing contracts with a startup tech company.

Third-Party Agreements

Our attorneys handle nondisclosure, work for hire, consulting, distribution, joint ventures, and any third-party agreement needs.

Customer Agreements

Our tech lawyers can walk you through customer contracts, end-user licenses, web-based terms, and privacy policies.

Employment and Compliance

Employment, regulatory compliance, and procedures can all be reviewed by us.

IP Best Practices

We can handle trademark, copyright, and trade secret portfolio building and management issues you may encounter.

Investment Structures and Funding

We can review your capital investments, stock option grants, vesting schedules, equity incentives.

Our goal is to help our clients:

  • Gain a better understanding of the legal risks inherent in their business models, particularly those of new businesses.
  • Identify and implement best practices and procedures to best benefit them.
  • Implement appropriate contracts, agreements, and policies to protect their intellectual assets and minimize their business and legal liabilities, which are oftentimes overlooked at the early stages of business development.


If you have started any of these projects without first seeking legal advice, we know how to pick up the ball and complete the work needed to get you heading in the right direction. We pride ourselves on taking our decades of knowledge working with businesses of all sizes and transforming that knowledge into useful information for our clients.

If you have any questions about any of these issues or would like to speak with one of our Connecticut tech startup lawyers, please contact us. We look forward to speaking with you or providing you with further information.


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