Software licensing

Tuesday, April 7th • 1 PM ET – (1 CLE Credit )

Although Software as a Service has decreased the amount of Software license agreements done, Software Licensing is still a substantial part of many lawyers’ practice. Software licensing is often a highly contentious and negotiated area of law. In this CLE the instructors will discuss key points to consider in drafting and negotiating software license agreements and helpful tips.

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Presenters: Frank Vargas, Michael Vargas, Jennifer Dasari

Frank Vargas is an attorney who holds a unique combination of legal and business experience that differentiates him from other corporate and financial lawyers. As an attorney, he has more than 34 years of experience in corporate and securities law and has represented and counseled some of the largest and best-known technology companies and venture capital funds in the United States. His clients range from public and private companies as well as venture and private equity funds in Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Seattle, Madison, Minneapolis, New York, and Boston. Read more.
Jennifer Dasari has been instrumental in assisting her clients on a wide spectrum of issues from small transactional matters to large corporate negotiations. Specifically, in the mergers and acquisitions arena. Ms. Dasari has worked on stock purchase, asset purchase, and merger transactions across multiple industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, and energy. She has represented private equity funds in their formations and investment deals, and she also represented companies that were seeking angel and venture capital financing. For start-up and emerging clients, she provides outside general counsel services and guides them through their various growth stages and exit events. Read more.
Michael Vargas is an associate in Rimon’s Palo Alto office and a member of the firm’s Corporate practice group. As a member of the Corporate practice group, Michael represents clients in a range of corporate transactions including formation, convertible debt financing, angel financing, venture capital and private equity-backed expansion, state and federal securities, employment concerns, and mergers & acquisitions. In this capacity, Michael has represented clients in a variety of industries including robotics, software development, banking, social media, education, and other high technology industries. Read more.

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