Pullman & Comley's attorneys represent clients across the technology sector, from hardware manufacturers, multimedia and software developers, publishers, distributors, Internet and online service companies, to biotech companies and venture capital firms, from start-ups and emerging businesses to established companies.
Our attorneys offer a pragmatic, interdisciplinary approach in responding to our clients’ needs, combining practical experience developed in traditional business enterprises with their extensive knowledge of the latest technologies and ongoing developments in the industry. Our Corporate and Business law attorneys provide counsel on issues ranging from choice of business entity to negotiation of commercial agreements and financings, and also handle mergers, acquisitions and dispositions. Our Emerging Business and Venture Capital practice addresses the strategic, financial and regulatory needs of technology companies through every stage of growth, while our Private Equity practice represents both private equity investors and technology companies that are being acquired, providing counsel on all aspects of a transaction.
The explosive growth of technology in recent years has given rise to a host of new strategic and legal challenges. Pullman & Comley’s Technology and Intellectual Property practice provides a range of intellectual property law services, ensuring that our clients’ intellectual property, confidential information and business processes are fully protected. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection practice assists clients with wide-ranging legal matters associated with conducting business and exchanging information over the Internet, including interference with privacy rights, data storage, theft and corruption, network intrusion and abuse, computer fraud and abuse, access security, cyber defamation, and a host of other cyber crimes.
In the area of Telecommunications, our attorneys provide a full range of services to both wireline and wireless providers, including leasing, regulatory proceedings, setting of utility rates, siting and land use, interconnection, environmental law, real estate, taxation, business, project and operational finance and litigation.
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