Technology Transactions

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Lindquist’s Technology Transactions group operates at the intersection of intellectual property and commercial transactions. We assist both established and emerging companies in leveraging platforms and technology-based assets to exploit the evolving business landscape, providing strategic counsel in the procurement, development, and utilization of technology. Our attorneys have deep experience in e-commerce, cloud computing, digital media, information technology, system management, licensing and distribution, data privacy and security, and telecommunications, and we harness our knowledge of intellectual property law to help our clients grow and succeed. Our areas of focus include:

     • Cloud computing and as-a-service platforms
     • Copyright exploitation
     • Data privacy and security
     • Data sharing
     • Digital distribution
     • Diligence and contractual risk allocation
     • Information technology agreements
     • IP, technology and software licensing
     • Joint ventures and join development arrangements
     • Mobile device management
     • Open source issues
     • Patent acquisitions and licensing
     • Social media
     • Supply, OEM and ASP agreements

Whether your business is looking to sell, buy, license, or develop technology-driven services or products, Lindquist’s team of attorneys can help. With our-cross functional approach to technology and the law, our attorneys utilize their backgrounds in a multitude of industries to drive your bottom line. We implement an industry-focused approach to our clients’ problems, aimed toward understanding not only how a particular technology impacts your business, but also how it affects your particular industry as a whole.



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