DLA Piper partner features on The Recorder's list of 'Women Leaders in Tech Law'
DLA Piper has announced that Victoria Lee, a partner in the firm’s Silicon Valley office, has been named on The Recorder’s list of ‘Women Leaders in Tech Law’.
The Recorder recognised 50 female lawyers who are heavily involved in complex legal matters faced by prominent technology companies.
The publication highlighted Lee’s work in developing and implementing multi-faceted transactions for clients in the technology industry, including her role in Joulex’s recent acquisition by Cisco and JDS Uniphase’s purchase of Agilent Technologies’ network solutions test business.
Lee concentrates her practice in strategic intellectual-property counselling, joint ventures, technology procurements and transfers, manufacturing agreements, distribution, licensing and other strategic intellectual-property-related agreements, open-source business models and licensing issues and general business counselling. A significant part of her practice focuses on intellectual-property matters as they relate to complex mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments and venture financings.
Lee represents public and private companies in the software (with particular experience in open source and cloud computing), e-commerce and social networking, mobile marketing, hardware, networking and semiconductor industries. She also assists emerging growth companies in corporate formations and represents both investors and companies in venture financings, including companies with corporate venture funds, corporate partnering and other strategic alliances.
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