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Can a software company sue for breach of EULA agreement?

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Software licensing litigation - the EULA

In this pocast episode of Vondran Legal Hour, Attorney Steve is joined by his fabulous wife Frontline Lisee (office manager at the law firm) and they discuss software end user licensing agreements and whether a breach of the agreement could result in a federal copyright litigation case (with potentiial for $150,000 damages for willful copyright infringement) or a simply breach of contract action for failure to keep the promises made (i.e. "covenants") in the EULA agreement.  If you need help with a software licensing issue, responding to an audit demand letter, or engage in federal copyright litigation, arbitration or mediation, give us a call at (877) 276-5084.  We have helped many companies nationwide survive software licensing issues.

For more information go to our Software Audits Defense page.