Blake Wong focuses his practice on technology transactions and outsourcing in three main areas:
Technology transactions such as cloud computer arrangements, software license agreements, patent licenses, technology development agreements, and supply and distribution agreements;
Outsourcing of information technology and business process services; and
Technology aspects of mergers and acquisitions, including issues related to intellectual property, privacy, and open source software
Blake updates the chapters on privacy, intellectual property and outsourcing disputes in Outsourcing: Law and Business, a legal treatise on outsourcing law.
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