Connecticut Software & Technology Attorneys


To ensure success for our clients in navigating IP and technology transactions, we provide experienced technology attorneys who practice at the convergence of business and technology law. Strategically located between Hartford and New Haven, our attorneys handle all types of technology and software legal matters for businesses located throughout Connecticut. Call Aeton Law Partners at 860-785-2099 to learn how we can help you today.


Our Connecticut attorneys are deeply experienced in all types of technology and software legal matters, including:

Copyright Infringement

There has been a tremendous increase in the number of copyright infringement cases filed alleging copyright infringement or “piracy of content” (including movies, videos, images, and music files) against named individuals in Connecticut and “John Does.” These copyright infringement lawsuits typically involve the use of peer-to-peer (P2P) or file-sharing services, such as BitTorrent, FrostWire, gtk-gnutella, MLDonkey, Shareaza, Limewire, Filesonic, Fileserve, and The Pirate Bay. 

Cyber Bullying

At Aeton, we are knowledgeable Internet attorneys and we can advise you on lawsuits for damages and emotional distress inflicted by bad ratings, anonymous comments, online bullying, stalking, invasion of privacy, or harassment. Technology changes faster than lawmakers can create protections against misuse. Consequently, lawyers trying to stop threatening and harassing behavior on the Internet and social media have to rely on tort laws and lawsuits designed around decades of case law from before the Internet was in widespread use. These cases are rarely straightforward and overlap with various legal disciplines. 

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To learn more about how you can benefit from our sophisticated, efficient, cost-effective representation in the area of software, technology and IT law, contact us for a consultation with our New Haven technology attorneys.


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