Technology Transactions

Culhane Meadows’ technology licensing/transaction attorneys are devoted to counseling, drafting, and negotiating technology transactions. They often act as “outsourced general counsel” for technology companies of all sizes.

Our team has deep knowledge in analyzing the transactions that are critical to any technology company, including:

  • Customer, reseller, VAR and OEM agreements
  • In-bound software and technology licenses and acquisitions
  • Outsourcing and manufacturing agreements
  • Patent licensing
  • University licensing
  • Strategic alliances and joint ventures
  • Standards bodies

We conduct detailed due diligence investigations regarding IP ownership and related issues in connection with internal IP audits, offerings, mergers and acquisitions and strategic transactions. We also have extensive experience with research licensing, representing numerous organizations on patent and other IP licensing issues, as well as regular negotiations on behalf of private company clients.

With extensive knowledge and deal experience, our licensing team is able to quickly identify and assess issues during the due diligence process that are critical to the value of the businesses of technology companies.


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