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Tim Davison is a partner in the Firm's Corporate Practice Group. He advises entrepreneurs, investors, private and public companies on a wide range of complex cross-border transactions, including mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate venture capital, venture capital, and private equity. Tim’s practice areas include technology and telecommunications, media and entertainment, life sciences and healthcare. Tim also has significant experience drafting and advising on a variet...
Alistair Maughan leads Morrison & Foerster's European Technology & Commercial Practice. He delivers commercial contracts and technology-based projects for major companies and public sector organizations. He advises on:Commercial licensing and sales contractsService-based outsourcing transactionsTechnology delivery models, such as cloud and as-a-service platformsContracts for the supply and acquisition of technology equipmentKey regulatory issuesServices and softwareAgency and distribu...
Bill Schnoor is a partner in and former co-chair of the firm’s Technology and Life Sciences groups. He works in all areas of corporate, securities and partnership laws, with a primary focus on advising high-growth technology and life sciences companies. He joined Goodwin in 2005, after a 21-year career with Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP, and quickly became co-chair of Goodwin’s technology and life sciences practices. Under his leadership the Technology and Life Sciences grou...
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