Technology Transactions

FHH’s Technology Transactions Practice provides strategic guidance on the creation, acquisition, use, implementation and commercial exploitation of technology and technology-related services.  We help clients attain successful business relationships, close deals quickly and successfully, and position themselves at the top of their respective market spaces, while protecting their intellectual property and related tangible and intangible assets.  We represent companies in a wide range of industries, including software, telecommunications, financial services, health care, e-commerce and entertainment.  In representing and assisting clients, FHH’s Technology Transactions attorneys combine the elements of an intellectual property and regulatory practice with a commercial transactions practice.

Our experience includes the following types of technology transactions:

  • Software license and development agreements
  • Joint venture and strategic alliance relationships
  • Consulting and professional services agreements
  • Equipment purchase and technology procurement agreements
  • Wireless application/mobile App licensing and development agreements
  • Supply chain arrangements
  • Inbound and outbound technology licenses
  • Cloud computing and hosted application services agreements
  • Product line acquisitions and spinoffs
  • Business unit acquisitions and divestitures
  • Distribution channel arrangements
  • Manufacturing and supply agreements
  • OEM and value added reseller agreements
  • Outsourcing arrangements
  • Government contracts and subcontracts
  • End-user license agreements, subscription services agreements and other customized forms
  • International technology transactions
  • Internet and digital media transactions
  • Hosting, maintenance and support agreements
  • Privacy and other usage policies and agreements
  • Data security and Business Associate Agreements for the use and treatment of protected health information (PHI) and nonpublic personal information
  • Confidentiality agreements
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