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Leveraging intellectual property and information technology assets is a competitive hallmark that distinguishes the successful enterprise. Business success hinges on the acquisition of quality systems that generate data -- and advanced analyses of that data -- for instant dissemination and application in the field.

At the same time, information technology's role as the lifeblood of business raises increasingly complex legal issues. These center around:

  • Development, acquisition and implementation
  • Privacy and confidentiality
  • Electronic contracting, e-commerce and Internet concerns
  • Security and disaster recovery
  • Strategic partnerships, acquisitions and investments
  • Increasing convergence with biotechnology  

The firm's involvement with the technology industry accelerated with the PC revolution decades ago. Lawyers in the firm are fully conversant in that technology and in its legal consequences. We are dedicated to keeping abreast of the latest technology and e-business developments. Our clients range from small regional startups to Fortune 500 companies, and innovative mid-cap companies are a particular focus throughout the Northeast Corridor.

In addition, we offer a full range of integrated capabilities in support of technology clients. These include Intellectual Property and Information Technology, business-to-business litigation via our Business Litigation Team, acquisition and financing through our Corporate Transactions Team, and in-house Tax, Real Estate, Environmental and Employment services.



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