The Technology Team is a multidisciplinary team of lawyers who have dedicated themselves to serving the needs of technology companies -- public and private, large and small. The Technology Team members all have extensive experience representing technology companies -- such as software companies, electronic device manufacturers, medical device producers, and wireless telecommunications companies -- and bring their diverse skills and collective understanding of the needs of technology companies to the task of helping these clients solve a variety of matters and problems.
Working in a coordinated manner, the Technology Team is able to efficiently provide comprehensive legal services, across a broad spectrum of matters, including entity formation, securities, debt financing, acquisitions/divestitures, regulatory issues, employee benefits and executive compensation, labor and employment law, intellectual property, and commercial litigation. And because the members work as a team, they can tailor the type and level of legal services to the particular needs of the client in a cost efficient manner.
Located in various offices across the firm, the Technology Team members can address their clients' needs across the country, whether the matter involves litigation or simply a need to understand how businesses operate in various locations. Team members routinely collaborate with each other and with other attorneys inside and outside the firm, when necessary, in order to provide our clients with effective and efficient legal services.
The Technology Team members, and the areas in which they practice, are:
- Pierre Georges Bonnefil – New York, Immigration and Labor and Employment
- Michelle Capezza – New York, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation
- Robert J. Hudock – Washington, DC, Health Care and Life Sciences
- Purvi Maniar – New York, Health Care and Life Sciences and Corporate Services
- Kim Tyrrell-Knott – San Diego and Washington, DC, Health Care and Life Sciences
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