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Technology is a fast-paced sector with no shortage of legal complexities. Possessing a wealth of multidisciplinary experience, Brach Eichler’s Technology team offers advice throughout a broad range of areas – from corporate transactions to IP protection, patent law, and litigation, and including regulatory, compliance, employment, and contracting issues.

Our technology industry lawyers work across practice areas and offices to support technology clients wherever they do business. From startups to fast-growing and mid-market businesses to mature enterprises, our clients are companies that develop or create technology, are enabled by technology, or whose business model is fundamentally based on technology.

We have also contributed to the growth of many early and emerging technology companies, through venture capital and private equity transactions, financings, and pragmatic day-to-day counsel on corporate, litigation, intellectual property, and real estate concerns. In the area of employment, technology companies and senior executives also call on us to develop trade secret and restrictive covenant protections and to litigate employment disputes.

Areas of Focus:

  • Technology transfers and licensing
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Development agreements
  • Outsourcing, manufacturing, and supplier agreements
  • Marketing and distribution agreements
  • IP prosecution and enforcement
  • Technology-driven M&A transactions
  • Technology asset sales and acquisitions
  • Website agreements
  • Data privacy

Comprehensive services on the cutting edge

Whether you are a developer, provider, customer, or investor, your business goals are closely aligned with your technology assets. We pride ourselves on being forward-thinking and providing sophisticated solutions to help make those goals a reality. You can count on our attorneys to be well-versed in the areas that are important to your business, including intellectual property protection, development transactions, strategic alliances, distribution issues, outsourcing, commercial contracts and disputes, transactions related to data and databases, and emerging technology.