Find Lawyers in Chicago, Illinois for Technology Law
R. David Donoghue is a trial attorney and the deputy practice group leader of Holland & Knight's Intellectual Property Group, focusing his almost 15 years of experience upon intellectual property litigation and particularly upon patent disputes. Mr. Donoghue's most recent trial experience includes a jury verdict finding of willfulness, a full trebling of damages and a full award of attorney's fees in the Northern District of Illinois. Mr. Donoghue has also been chosen as lead trial counse...
Andy Goldstein is a Partner in the Corporate Practice Group. Andy focuses his practice in the area of Intellectual Property and Information Technology. He has extensive experience in the areas of intellectual property law, including trademark, trade dress and copyright law; internet, website, cloud computing, technology, outsourcing and computer law in general; advertising, marketing, and promotion law; and entertainment law, including video production, theater and dance-related matters. The ...
Marcelo Halpern is a partner with the firm's Business practice and a member of the Technology Transactions & Privacy group. Marcelo's practice focuses on transactional, strategic and corporate representation of global "FORTUNE 100" companies, start-up and emerging growth companies, as well as U.S.-based and international governments and non-profits. His experience includes structuring and negotiating technology and intellectual property-oriented strategic alliances and joint ventures; sof...
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 jo...
Heidi Yernberg has practiced in healthcare, information technology (IT), and data privacy and security for over twenty years. Her practice focuses on offering solutions for corporate clients and small businesses, with a special focus on serving clients in the healthcare industry. Clients look to Heidi for advice on ongoing data protection strategies. She assists them in data audits and business line analyses and developing privacy and security policies and procedures. With her niche focus on ...
Michael frequently counsels clients on data privacy issues and the implementation of global data protection laws and regulations, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), among others. He assists clients investigating, responding and mitigating data breaches and other security incidents. Michael also counsels clients in technology and intellectual property transactions, and has developed a focus on cloud computing, blockchain, ...
Technology Law Definition
Practitioners ranked in this area have demonstrated expertise in both intellectual property and commercial law, as well as knowledge of industry best practices. Business acumen is also needed as technology attorneys frequently assist clients in establishing the core business terms of the deal in addition to advising on intellectual property rights allocation, licensing terms, warranties, indemnities, and the like. Technology attorneys often actively assist clients in creating new business models.
Key factors to consider in engaging an attorney for a technology transaction or consultation are background in the relevant industry segment, expertise with the type of intellectual property rights involved, familiarity with the implicated technologies and their evolution, and experience with party on the other side of the deal. A technology attorney can be expected to quickly develop an understanding what assets are most valuable to a client, what synergies the client expects to achieve through the deal, and a negotiation strategy that takes these into account.
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