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Education

  • J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law
  • B.A., Central Connecticut State University, summa cum laude

Bar Admissions

  • Connecticut

Court Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit

Richard L. Green

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Partner
  • T: 860.275.6757
    F: 860.424.4762

Rich Green is a partner of the firm who provides legal and business counsel to Global 2000 corporations, Wall Street banks, emerging companies and individual inventors in matters involving the sourcing, commercialization, use and protection of intellectual property, technology and technology-enabled products and services around the world.  In addition to transactions, disputes and rights registration, Rich assists clients in operational, governance and compliance matters with a particular emphasis on privacy and data security in regulated industries including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards and SSAE-16 and AT 101 requirements.

Mr. Green formerly served as North American general counsel and corporate secretary for a publicly traded UK-based technology and business process outsourcing company and brings an insider's perspective to solving his clients' problems.

Mr. Green writes regularly about outsourcing, e-commerce, intellectual property, and technology matters.

Mr. Green has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America in the area of Technology Law since 2007.

Mr. Green served in the United States Marine Corps from 1987-1991.

Representative Matters

Outsourcing, Sourcing, and Technology Procurement Transactions
Represents both customers and vendors in pre-bid planning, request for proposal strategy and drafting, and contract negotiation for all types of sole-source and competitive bid transactions, including onshore, nearshore, and offshore outsourcing of business processes.
IP and Technology Management, Protection, and Monetization
Works with clients to structure intellectual property protection programs to safeguard key technologies, as well as to identify candidate technologies and proprietary processes for potential commercialization.
Renewable and Alternative Energy
Assists buyers, suppliers, developers, and financing parties in the commercial and intellectual property aspects of renewable and alternative energy technology transactions and investments in, among others, the wind, biomass, and gas-to-liquids fields.
Export Control
Represents companies exporting certain commodities, software and technology under ITAR and EAR. Provides advice and guidance regarding the creation and implementation of an import/export compliance program, including preparation of practical checklists, export compliance manuals, internal compliance training and export awareness training.