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Advice for someone transitiong to freelance consulting and software dev

I would like to do some consulting in the area of software development for Engineering firms. I would also like to develop my own software products and sell them. How do I go about this from a legal standpoint? I plan to alert all my potential customers that I am also working on my own products and that any software I build for them can either remain proprietary for their company (assuming of course it is not the exact same thing as what I plan to create and sell on my own) , or that we can enter an agreement where if I sell the software developed on their dime we would split the profits - assuming they don't want to keep it proprietary which will be the most likely scenario. YANAL, but is there a way to draft this in legal terms? S uch that if obvious small classes or libraries appear both in my product and the product I develop for them - and any programmer knows there are only that many ways to skin a code and overlap is inevitable - I won't get sued.
posted by spacefire on Feb 23, 2013 - 2 answers

Netbook for Software Developer

I need a cheap netbook for a Windows .NET developer. [more inside]
posted by spacefire on Oct 20, 2010 - 7 answers

Help me find new software as it gets released!

How do I keep up with the latest and greatest PC ,Mac and Linux freeware, shareware and trials, as they are released? [more inside]
posted by spacefire on May 4, 2009 - 9 answers

Taxes for NJ dwellers working in NY.

Online Tax help specifically for people who live in NJ and work in NY? [more inside]
posted by spacefire on Mar 25, 2009 - 4 answers

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