technology, materials and biotechnology form the backbone of
many modern businesses. The firm has broad experience in
technology matters and represents clients in connection with:
The firm attorneys have served as legal counsel in connection
with hundreds of licensing and outsourcing transaction for
consumers and suppliers of diverse technologies including
computer hardware, software and services; medical devices; stem
cells; animal models; artificial intelligence; green chemistry;
electronic data storage; biotechnology; atom transfer radical
polymerization; fuel cells; computer assisted surgery; the
360-degree, spin-effect television camera operation technology
for the 2001 Super Bowl; and the core technology for the Lycos
Internet search system.
E-Commerce and Internet Law
The firm represents a wide range of clients in pursuing
E-commerce opportunities and facing the challenges of the
Internet. For example, we have advised both established and
start-up companies in the formation and implementation of
Internet and E-commerce offerings, as well as related privacy
and security issues.
The firm advises and represents major educational and research
institutions in connection with their establishment and
implementation of technology transfer programs and policies.
Likewise, the firm provides legal counsel to businesses seeking
to collaborate with research institutions and/or acquire rights
to their innovations.
The firm regularly provides legal counsel to clients in
connection with their development of Intellectual property
programs, technology joint ventures, spin-offs and complex
transactions related to advanced technology.
Resolution and Litigation
The firm attorneys have represented customers and suppliers of
information technology and other advanced technologies in
numerous disputes related to licensing, intellectual property,
antitrust, and other complex matters.
For more information about the firm's Technology Law Practice
Walter P. DeForest, email@example.com