Outsourcing Agreements

Outsourcing has become a necessity for many businesses to remain competitive. Nearly every industry offers some form of outsourcing, and those industries have no shortage of service providers. The Whitehouse Law Firm is intimately familiar with IT outsourcing and can assist your business in navigating the legal aspects of your outsourcing endeavors. The firm will not provide names of any particular service providers, but the firm can work with you and the service providers you’ve selected to negotiate the outsourced agreement. The Whitehouse Law Firm can review proposals or contracts from your selected service providers and advise your business of any concerns. Entering into the wrong outsourcing agreement can be very costly to your business. Utilize The Whitehouse Law Firm’s IT outsourcing experience to help you avoid these mistakes.

Internet Law

Maintaining an Internet presence is a requirement for nearly every business these days. But doing so presents new legal challenges that even the most tenured businesses have yet to face. Consumers have privacy concerns to which businesses must be sensitive. The Whitehouse Law Firm can help your business navigate this new, uncertain territory. The firm can assist you with your website agreements or licenses, domain name concerns, e-commerce questions, or anything else related to conducting business via the Internet. If your company has been the victim of unauthorized access to its resources, contact The Whitehouse Law Firm today to review your legal options.

Social Media

Social media has become an integral part of business marketing and advertising. Social media can also present challenges for businesses, whether it’s through false or misleading statements posted about the business, employees mishandling business information, or having intellectual property distributed without authorization through social media outlets. If your business is facing any of these challenges or would like to ask about other legal impacts of social media, contact The Whitehouse Law Firm today. Consider asking the firm to review your company’s employee social media policy.

E-Discovery Vendor Selection

Finding the right e-Discovery provider can be a daunting task if you don’t understand the specialized terminology within the field. Crafting a request for proposal (RFP) without this knowledge can lead to reviewing proposals that do not suit your business’ needs. With so many excellent product offerings, it is often difficult to distinguish one vendor from another. Contact The Whitehouse Law Firm about managing the vendor selection process for you. The firm’s technology and legal experience can assist with your search to find the right product for your needs.