Technology Transactions

Innovators across an array of industries rely on our Technology Transactions team to help get their ideas realized. Our team leverages broad expertise in science, engineering, business, and law to gain an in-depth understanding of our clients' groundbreaking technologies and relevant markets, provide targeted advice and insights, and craft and negotiate IP- and technology-driven commercial arrangements for procuring, protecting and commercializing our clients' key assets. This integrated approach to problem-solving gives clients the credibility and competitive edge needed to mitigate risks and achieve their goals when negotiating business-critical commercial arrangements and fast-paced, high-profile deals.

Deep IP Knowledge Across a Variety of Technologies: Mobile platforms, AI/ML, big data, connected and autonomous vehicles, cloud computing, SaaS/IaaS/PaaS, electronics, semiconductors, FinTech, robotics, wearables, AR/VR, gaming, IoT, digital technology, interactive television, AdTech, sensors, digital assistants, e-readers, digital health, CleanTech, e-commerce, social media, and security solutions.

Experience With a Range of Key Players: Emerging growth technology companies, Fortune 500 companies, industry consortia and research institutions, privately held and venture-backed clients, private equity and venture funds, leading research universities and other nonprofit institutions, and charitable institutions.

Diverse Industry Capability: Information technology, telecommunications, electronics, retail and consumer products, connected cars and other mobility services, semiconductors, healthcare and life sciences, internet and digital media, financial services, entertainment and media, publishing, satellite and broadcast media, aerospace, energy, and security.

"An excellent choice for new-style collaborations driven by next-generation technology." –IAM Patent 1000: Recommended for Transactions (DC Metro Area)
"They are excellent and the overall experience is fantastic." –Chambers USA: Ranked for IT & Outsourcing (California)
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Experience Highlights

  • Carnival Corporation in the development and global rollout of its CES Keynote machine learning wearable device, the Ocean Medallion, powered by a first-of-its-kind interactive technology platform that enables every guest to have a personal digital concierge to maximize each guest's cruise experience.
  • Fullpower Technologies in its strategic partnership with Serta Simmons Bedding LLC on a new smart-bed system; in its worldwide collaboration with Union Horlogere Holdings to bring the company's MotionX technology to the Swiss watch industry; and in mobile application and wearable technology development and license agreements with Jawbone, Nike and others.
  • Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem in connection with the consortium's development, launch and subsequent wind-down of the global UltraViolet service, a novel cloud-based digital rights authentication system that allows consumers to stream and download content to multiple platforms and devices.
  • Toyota Motor North America in its development of a hydrogen fuel cell electric heavy-duty truck that emits only water vapor and a pilot launch for drayage operations at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles.
  • The Saul Zaentz Company (d/b/a Middle-earth Enterprises), holder of film, stage and merchandising rights in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, in the negotiation and drafting of video game, merchandise, and stage and film rights license agreements.
  • Samsung in connection with the launch of its voice-activated personal assistant.
  • TIME'S UP, LeanIn.org and National Women's Law Center regarding social media campaigns, collaborations and partnerships in support of their nonprofit missions.
  • World Bank Group institutions in connection with global partnering and investment transactions involving intellectual property, technology assets and open-source software solutions.
  • Three leading research universities in structuring and negotiating a settlement of class action copyright infringement lawsuits brought by the Authors Guild and five major publishers against Google regarding Google's digitization of the universities' vast library holdings in connection with the Google Book Search Project.
  • Leading mobility company in the development and commercialization of its telematics data platform and connected vehicle services.
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