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We have a team of lawyers who work regularly with technology companies and use that experience to help your company to be more successful and comply with applicable legal requirements.

Whether the company is in a start-up phase, a growth phase, or are a mature company, we can help. We learn your business from the ground up so we understand what drives your profits and what impediments must be overcome.  We take a practical, business-focused approach to counseling our technology clients and we are proactive in identifying and addressing potential areas of risk before they turn into significant legal issues.  We also regularly conduct corporate trainings so that your employees are aware of key legal issues, and help create the structures and policies that protect you, your intellectual property, and other assets.

Start Up:    It is easy to be overwhelmed by the number and type of transactions that go with starting a company.  We help navigate the myriad issues faced by your company including:

  • Business Formation
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Corporate Governance rules
  • Non-disclosure Agreements
  • Employee Benefits, Agreements and Policies
  • Customer Contracts
  • Privacy Policies and Data Security
  • Intellectual Property Strategy

Growing Companies:   Growing companies can rely on and benefit from our experience to help navigate the many transactions every business faces, on a cost effective basis.

  • Employment Contracts and Non-Competition Agreements
  • Licensing Agreements
  • Intellectual Property
  • Joint Ventures and Joint Marketing Agreements
  • Outsourcing
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Real Estate
  • Leasing
  • Financing
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Data Privacy and Security
  • Intellectual Property Defense, Monitoring

Mature Companies: Is the company an established, mature business?  If so, it’s time to consider how that business will continue when you choose to exit the day to day operations.  We help with the decisions that determine issues like future payouts and how the company should operate when the founders are gone.

  • Sale or disposition of businesses
  • Succession Planning
  • Employee Stock Option Plans
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Intellectual Property Portfolio Management, Licensing, and Acquisitions