Law For The Technology Industry
The technology industry has long been centered in the San Francisco Bay Area, with large, established semiconductor and hardware companies in Silicon Valley, small app-making startups in San Francisco’s Mission District, and numerous other technology/businesses throughout the region. These businesses can be very different from each other in terms of their size, their goals and their bottom line, but they often share similar legal concerns.
At Boro Law Firm, we help technology firms with a variety of legal issues, including:
- Intellectual property
- Business litigation
- Product liability
- Licensing Our legal skill and experience in business allow us to provide your technology business with excellent legal representation, whether you are a solo entrepreneur or the chief executive of a global corporation. We offer a rigorous approach to the law combined with a belief in creative solutions to legal problems.
Experience In Technology
Our firm’s founding attorney, Albert J. Boro, Jr., has a long history of working with the intersection of technology and the law. He is on the Board of Directors of Active Layer Parametrics, Inc., a semiconductor metrology equipment startup company. He previously served as corporate secretary for 3D Forms Inc., a 3D printing company, and as General Counsel and a Senior Vice President for SoloPower Inc., a solar manufacturing company in Silicon Valley.
Our firm has successfully represented technology companies in litigation involving such issues as patent infringement, product liability, fraud and more. We have also helped new and growing technology companies with transactional matters, such as financing, contracts and leases.
Recent matters we have handled for technology companies include defending a semiconductor manufacturer in a patent infringement case in the Eastern District of Texas concerning P-Gamma correction technology for video displays, prosecuting a products liability and fraud case on behalf of a semiconductor manufacturer against another semiconductor manufacturer in Santa Clara Superior Court, representing an app-maker in responding to a subpoena for business records, and defending a semiconductor company on fraud and breach of lease claims in Santa Clara Superior Court arising out of a sale-leaseback transaction for a semiconductor fab.