Where Legal and Technical Innovation Work. Together.

The technology industry is a significant part of our firm’s practice. Winstead merges legal and technical experience to craft innovative solutions to our clients’ rapidly evolving transactional, litigation and patent prosecution needs. We work collaboratively across many practices within the firm to ensure the most efficient, targeted and cost-effective representation.

The WinTech Blog

The WinTech blog provides legal news, updates and strategies for both startup and established technology companies. The blog serves as a go-to resource for executives, inventors, entrepreneurs, investors and universities who are looking to grow and protect their technology portfolios in highly competitive environments.

Industry Experience

With a long history of working with established technology companies and startups, Winstead is deeply involved in the technology industry, including such specialized areas as biotechnology, nanotechnology, clean technology and information technology. The depth of our legal and technical knowledge enables us to identify opportunities, anticipate problems, and provide effective solutions for our clients. The firm has devoted significant time to the following types of technology matters:

  • Venture Capital, Private Equity and Other Financing
  • Public Offerings, including IPOs
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Patent Prosecutions
  • Procurement of Trademarks and Copyrights
  • Technology License and Transfer Agreements
  • Software License and Development Agreements
  • Distribution Agreements
  • Manufacturing and Supply Agreements
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Business Litigation

Technology Clients

Winstead’s attorneys merge legal and business experience to serve companies and startups that are on the leading edge of the following technology fields:

  • Biotechnology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Space Technology
  • Life Sciences
  • Medical Devices
  • Information Technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Wireless Communication
  • Electronics
  • Semiconductors
  • Computer Hardware
  • Software
  • Alternative Energy
  • Application Service Providers
  • Internet and eCommerce

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