Wade Kerrigan

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Wade’s practice focuses primarily in the areas of technology and e-commerce, intellectual property, and mergers and acquisitions for clients in the healthcare, life sciences and pharmaceuticals industry. He provides sophisticated legal and business guidance that helps strategically plan corporate alliances, technology development and intellectual property protection.

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You are an entrepreneur. You have great ideas. Those ideas are going to change your industry. In most cases, to accomplish those goals, you are going to need help from others. How do you protect your intellectual property and data? You need to focus on protecting those assets in the contracting process. Most developing companies rely on third party service providers. As an entrepreneur, you will likely rely on hosting and cloud solutions. While we…
Any agreement between two parties begins with the rosy optimism that the good times will last forever. In the world of technology licensing and development, however, we know this is rarely the case. While the Byte Back blog has previously considered data security oversight by the board of directors of the company, it is also important for a company’s legal and procurement teams to establish a plan for the security, use, and transition of…
Any agreement between two parties begins with the rosy optimism that the good times will last forever. In the world of technology licensing and development, however, we know this is rarely the case. While this blog has previously considered data security oversight by the board of directors of the company, it is also important for a company’s legal and procurement teams to establish a plan for the security, use, and transition of its data…
Any agreement between two parties begins with the rosy optimism that the good times will last forever. In the world of technology licensing and development, however, we know this is rarely the case. While this blog has previously considered data security oversight by the board of directors of the company, it is also important for a company’s legal and procurement teams to establish a plan for the security, use, and transition of its data…
An entrepreneurial company may face an early decision as to how it can afford to develop new technology, particularly new technology that does not fit within the technical specialties of that entity. Whether a new company needs to develop a new website, new software, or a compatible piece of technology, that company might consider entering into a contractual alliance with another party to develop that technology.…
For those who observe it, the Christmas season (secular version 2.0) is definitely here. As a child, I cherished the thought of a man with a red suit accessing our house through the chimney. For those of us concerned about computer system security, we worry about a person with a black hat accessing our data through phishing, hacking, and malware. I hate to mention, well, you know who, but someone out there loves the thought…
While advising the board of directors of a company to pay close attention to data security issues is akin to your dentist telling you to floss, the stakes are too high for a board to ignore. The board of any company must constantly monitor and assess its company’s data security procedures and potential risks. Although there is no strategy to prevent a security breach, each member of a board must exercise its fiduciary duty to…
While advising the board of directors of a company to pay close attention to data security issues is akin to your dentist telling you to floss, the stakes are too high for a board to ignore. The board of any company must constantly monitor and assess its company’s data security procedures and potential risks. Although there is no strategy to prevent a security breach, each member of a board must exercise its fiduciary duty to…
“Sorry.” Music service Spotify joins the club as the latest company to apologize to its customers for proposed privacy policy changes. When it comes to bad press, it would be tough to beat Minecraft-founder Markus Persson’s tweet about Spotify: “Hello. As a consumer, I’ve always loved your service. You’re the reason I stopped pirating music. Please consider not being evil.” Spotify promptly threw itself on the mercy of its customers in a short written apology
“Sorry.” Music service Spotify joins the club as the latest company to apologize to its customers for proposed privacy policy changes. When it comes to bad press, it would be tough to beat Minecraft-founder Markus Persson’s tweet about Spotify: “Hello. As a consumer, I’ve always loved your service. You’re the reason I stopped pirating music. Please consider not being evil.” Spotify promptly threw itself on the mercy of its customers in a short written apology.…