Robert Rehm Contributes to Managing Technology Legal Issues Publication

October 29, 2008

Robert Rehm, partner with Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan, LLP, contributed a chapter to the recent publication, Managing Technology Legal Issues. He joins leading lawyers from across the nation, who authored chapters for the publication dealing with, among other things, technology-related transactions and agreements and intellectual property management.

Mr. Rehm’s chapter is titled “A Practitioner’s Perspective on How to Create, Share and Maintain Intellectual Property Rights in the United States.” At Smith Anderson, Mr. Rehm practices primarily in the areas of technology licensing and commercialization, the acquisition, licensing, and protection of intellectual property rights, and counseling in connection with privacy- and HIPAA-related issues. His experience includes drafting and negotiating a wide variety of license, assignment, confidentiality, joint venture, alliance, and other types of collaborative agreements directed to technology commercialization.

Managing Technology Legal Issues is a comprehensive insider’s view on the best practices for lawyers to help their clients – both start up companies and established corporations - maximize technology-related assets in the professional realm. Authors contributing to this publication are from some of the country’s leading law firms. They are experts in their fields who speak to key legal issues related to technology development and intellectual property management. Specifically, the authors look at issues such as protecting intellectual property through patents, copyrights, and trademarks, negotiating technology-related agreements and performing due diligence investigations in connection with merger and acquisition transactions.

The publication is part of the Inside the Minds series, which provides insights and proven information from C-level business executives and leading lawyers throughout the world. It is published by Aspatore Books, a Thomson Reuters business.

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