Representing High-Tech Companies
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Legal counselors to companies in the technology sector must be conversant with several of the most complex areas of law, finance and technology all at once, with huge stakes involved. Representing High-Tech Companies is a one-of-a-kind book, designed to help you handle the whole range of legal issues that come up in the course of representing high-tech clients. Whether you are building a technology practice from the ground up or simply want to represent your existing clients more effectively, this book will bring you up to speed quickly and help you stay ahead of the field.
You’ll find out about: financing and documenting joint ventures and early-stage strategic partnerships; devising workable nondisclosure agreements; managing an intellectual property portfolio; minimizing litigation risk for public technology companies; designing employment contracts and benefit plans in a highly competitive industry; handling securities laws, import/export controls, and other aspects of the regulatory scheme; and much more.
Featuring forms, checklists, and a remarkable high-tech glossary of industry terms, phrases, and acronyms, Representing High-Tech Companies will quickly become your favorite legal reference for solving problems in this area. This book comes complete with a CD-ROM containing forms presented in the text.
*Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. After 1 year, the online subscription is only available upon renewal. You will be contacted either via phone or e-mail to set-up login information for the digital version.
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|Edition||1999 w/updates* and forms on C|
|Publisher||American Lawyer Media|