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Attorney – Of Counsel
One Almaden Boulevard, Suite 700
San Jose, CA 95113
Ed Lopez works with technology, software and medical device companies, advising them on the substantive legal and business matters that impact their operations on a daily basis.
Ed focuses his practice on intellectual property protection and strategy, licensing, IP monetization and standards setting activities, corporate governance and compliance, and SEC reporting and has negotiated, documented and consummated in and out-bound M&A, joint venture, sales and distribution and licensing transactions all over the world including China, Japan and South Korea. Ed has advised public company CEOs and Board of Directors on all matters, including strategic M&A and other transactions, shareholder relations and litigation matters.
Ed has worked in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area for over 30 years, first as a corporate attorney with the international law firm of Morrison and Foerster and next as a senior executive and general counsel of several publicly-held, NASDAQ listed technology and medical device companies. He has directed business development, joint venture and strategic transactions activities around the world and has developed and managed legal, corporate governance and compliance, IT and HR teams domestically and internationally.
Ed serves on the Advisory Board of Wivity, Inc., a vendor of cloud-based security for IOT devices, and on the Board of Directors and Advisory Board of LatinLive, Inc., a learning social content platform focusing on the Latin community in the U.S. He grew up in the Bronx, New York, and studied economics at Columbia University before earning his J.D. at Harvard Law School.
- J.D., Harvard Law School
- B.S., Columbia University
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
- State Bar of California
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