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Technology transaction attorneys advise companies on technology transactions including acquisitions, asset purchase, licensing and development.
Companies that develop or use technology employ technology transaction lawyers during joint ventures or to help understand regulatory compliance around data privacy.
A technology transaction attorney might also be called in if there is a government contract or funding issue.
Additionally, technology transaction attorneys develop strategies to acquire, enforce, and license various forms of intellectual property.
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