Robert M. Weiss provides legal and strategic advice on commercial IT matters, and represents clients worldwide in a variety of complex technology transactions, including systems integrations, infrastructure and business process outsourcings, technology development and licensing projects, ERP implementations, cloud computing and web hosting arrangements, data center and co-location agreements and telecommunications procurements. Rob also advises clients on e-commerce, corporate finance and joint venture transactions. Rob’s work for clients extends across a broad range of sectors, but he has particularly deep experience in the healthcare, financial services, hospitality, and transportation industries.
Rob has practiced exclusively in the area of information technology law for over a decade. He is a recognized leader in the community of technology law practitioners, and regularly speaks and writes on subjects associated with information technology. Rob has published articles and been quoted in a variety of newspapers, journals and other media outlets, including the Los Angeles Times, CNN Money, Consumer Reports, CFOMagazine, Computerworld, Real Simple, the Journal of Internet Law, the University of Virginia Journal of Law and Technology, and the Health Information Privacy/Security Alert.
Experience — Counsel to client in outsourcing of performance management for client’s IT infrastructures.
Counsel to payment solution systems client in outsourcing of software development.
Counsel to software development company on application development agreement and license