The $300 million lawsuit by a mobile app developer against Kim Kardashian is an excellent example of why you should have a written mobile app development contract in place for your protection before any work begins (including wireframing). This is true whether you’re the app developer or the business owner who hires the developer for the project.
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And don’t try to wing it with a do-it-yourself contract or amateur app development work orders because you’ll miss something or include provisions that will hurt you in a dispute. Retain an experienced software lawyer to prepare an agreement that’s designed to protect your legal rights.
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Where To Get A Mobile App Development Contract
If you need help with an app development contract or other software agreements (e.g. software licenses), you’ll want to book a phone consultation with Software Lawyer Mike Young.