IP/Technology Transactions Attorney jobs in Virginia
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Reston office of our client seeks technology transactions attorney with 4-6 years of experience. The candidate should have emphasis on intellectual property licensing and technology commercialization. Substantive experience with drafting and negotiating complex licensing agreements is preferred, including agreements involving software and content licensing, partnering and distribution, application hosting, Web-based services, technology development, services agreements, and technology transfer relationships.
The Virginia law firm is a leader in the representation of high-growth information technology and life sciences companies, as well as the investors and financial institutions that fund them. Attorneys provide a full range of legal services to private and public companies. Attorneys work very hard, but enjoy competitive salaries.
Norfolk office of our client seeks technology law attorney with 5+ years of experience. The candidate will be counseling clients on a broad range of complex legal, business and policy issues relating to information technology development, protection, acquisition, licensing and formation of business entities, including joint ventures and collaborative teams for development and use of information technology. Will be drafting and negotiating related legal agreements; assisting clients in development of internal policies and procedures for cybersecurity, document and file retention, and regulatory compliance related to intellectual property and information technology systems and software. Experience with product development, software licensing and other commercial or government contracts involving information technology and intellectual property or related technical expertise is beneficial. Familiarity with trademark, copyright and privacy law is preferred.
This firm was founded in Virginia over a century ago. In recent years, the firm has expanded exponentially, opening offices overseas and throughout the South. With less than 50 attorneys, the environment is decidedly small-firm, but the atmosphere is still very professional. The firm's attorneys represent an international roster of clients in the areas of commercial and business transactions; maritime; government contracts and construction; workers' compensation; environmental; health care; real estate; tax; labor and employment; toxic torts; bankruptcy and creditors' rights; trusts and estates; insurance defense; international law; personal injury defense; immigration and general litigation.