Space Technology

Winstead is a leader in commercialization of the space technology industry.  We are highly focused in the allied fields of intellectual property, business organizations, public-private partnerships, and public and private finance for both established and startup companies.  Our clients are involved in industries covering aerospace, biotechnology, clean technology, communications, energy, information technology, manufacturing, maritime, medical, nanotechnology and transportation.  Winstead also has a nationally recognized banking and real estate practice, advising on credit and investment bank financing for a variety of technology ventures.

  • Corporate
    Domestic and International M&A, Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups, Private Equity
     
  • Finance & Banking
    Commercial and Business Banking, Asset-Based Lending, Syndicated Lending and Capital Markets
     
  • Legislative
    Texas State Regulatory Agency Representation, State and Federal Litigation, Open Records Requests
  • Facilities
    Acquisition, Leasing, Development
     
  • Intellectual Property
    Patent, Trademark, Copyright, Trade Secret Protection and Enforcement
     
  • Public–Private Partnership (P3)
    Governmental, Municipal, Academic

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