Four steps to protect your app and yourself

Developing an app opens up a variety of legal considerations from liability to intellectual property. These four easy steps will help you protect your app from competitors and protect you from your app’s users.

What would you like to protect?

Joe Runge, Esq.

by Joe Runge, Esq.

Joe Runge graduated from the University of Iowa with a Juris doctorate and a master of science in molecular evolution...

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Updated on: February 28, 2023 · 6min read


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