We are a Delaware based Software Company named Opex Software Corp. We have have our own Software product TestNow for DevOps which we want to sell in the US. Can you please let me know what are the legal requirements to sell a SOFTWARE product in the USA.
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Generally speaking there are no special legal requirements to sell software in the US. The software should be deployed pursuant to a legally binding license agreement and as a precaution you should review the intellectual property you own and secure it by filing appropriate trademarks, copyrights and possibly patents.
Also, keep in mind that since you are a US based company, you have local, state and federal tax requirements including sales tax charged to end users.
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