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The technology industry touches virtually every organization, fueling innovation and advancing business around the globe. Goulston & Storrs attorneys counsel clients through all stages of this life-cycle, from emerging ventures to established technology companies, as well as companies using technology to achieve their goals.

Goulston & Storrs represents clients in the business of developing, selling and transferring technologies. We also represent non-technology companies in acquiring the technologies they need to advance their businesses.

Our multi-disciplinary team draws upon the unique experiences of the firm’s many practice areas to offer the advice clients need to successfully execute complex technology related transactions, such as:

  • Commercial finance
  • Reseller and distribution agreements (OEM & VAR), SaaS, e-commerce, and cloud services 
  • Cross-border agreements and collaborations
  • Data privacy and security
  • Intellectual property strategy, development, management & protection
  • Joint ventures including for-profit, non-profit, public-private partnerships and governmental collaborations 
  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Private equity & venture capital financing
  • Regulatory compliance, including export controls, FDA, HIPAA, Anti-Kickback and Stark laws
  • Tax, including revenue recognition, tax-exempt structuring and compliance
  • Technology transfer, licensing and strategic alliances 

Our technology experience cuts across many industries, such as:

  • Aerospace & defense
  • Banking & finance, including virtual currency
  • Computer hardware & software
  • Educational and cultural organizations
  • Health care
  • Hospitality & recreation
  • Internet & e-commerce
  • Life sciences
  • Medical devices
  • Optics and photonics
  • Real estate
  • Retail, restaurant & consumer
  • Telecommunications