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Nutter has a long track record working with technology companies of many types and sizes in most major technology industries, from alternative energy to nanotechnology to robotics, as well as with universities and institutes focused on technology research and development. The firm has demonstrated that it knows how to meet the criteria and rigorous expectations particular to technology companies -- whether large, leading-edge industry leaders or emerging growth change agents. Feedback from a range of our technology clients attests to Nutter’s legal and technical talent, responsiveness, agility, and experience. We use our knowledge and insight to collaborate with these fast-paced, forward-looking organizations and produce results cost-effectively.

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Technology clients typically need support in several areas of legal service as they seek to invent and develop products, create value from innovation, and stay ahead of the competition. Nutter’s goal is to provide real-time, adaptable services that meet their needs as they change and grow. The firm provides counsel appropriate to each client’s requirements throughout the growth and development lifecycle, drawing from its multidisciplinary full service practice. This counsel includes corporate representation – including financing, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, securities – as well as intellectual property, employment, labor and benefits, executive compensation, real estate, litigation, and tax. Our Trusts and Estates attorneys also work with many technology founders and executives on estate planning and family foundation needs.

The firm is experienced working with clients in many technology industries, including: 

  • Alternative Energy 
  • Automotive technology 
  • Biotechnology 
  • Cleantech 
  • Computer hardware, software and networks 
  • Chemicals and coatings
  • Digital and analog circuitry 
  • Electronic and electrical components 
  • Genomics 
  • Image processing 
  • Internet technology and business methods 
  • Medical technology
  • Nanotechnology and its associated products 
  • Pharmaceuticals and drug delivery technologies 
  • Photonics/optics 
  • Polymers and advanced industrial materials 
  • Robotics 
  • Telecommunications

Information and Media

The explosion of new technologies has created issues and challenges across the media and entertainment industry. From drafting technology agreements and information privacy law to more traditional advice in regulatory matters, antitrust issues, copyright, intellectual property, franchising, and litigation, Nutter helps its clients navigate the complex regulations governing this innovative and highly dynamic industry. Our clients include television and radio stations, newspapers and publishing companies, and telecommunications carriers and developers of telecommunications products.

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Representative Matters

Representative Matters

  • Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc.

    Strategic acquisition of gravity balancing arm technologies of Equipois, LLC.

  • Collaborative Consulting, LLC

    Nutter represented Collaborative Consulting, LLC in its acquisition by CGI Group Inc. (NYSE: GIB) (TSX: GIB.A), a leading provider of information technology and business processing services, through its wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary, CGI Technologies and Solutions Inc.

  • Netra, Inc.

    Series Seed financing led by Launchpad Venture Group and NXT Ventures with participation from Zelkova Ventures, Mark Cuban, Berwind LLC, and other prominent angels
    $1.85 million

  • McCarthy Capital

    Recapitalization and growth equity investment in Bamboo Rose Partners

  • Clintara

    Sale to strategic acquirer, Bracket Global, LLC

  • Won acquittal after three-week securities fraud trial in federal court for general counsel of publicly traded software company

    Winning an acquittal after a three-week trial in federal court for the general counsel of a publicly-traded software company charged with securities fraud and false statements in the first prosecution arising out of the AOL/Time Warner merger.

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