Oakland, California Technology Attorneys

Compare 8 attorneys and 5 law firms in Oakland, CA. Sort by highest rating and years of technology experience.

Mary Redzic

Oakland technology attorney at Disrupt Legal with 3 years experience

(415) 779-5082

1771 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612

Mike Buckley

Oakland technology attorney at Reed Smith with 48 years experience

(510) 763-2000

1999 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA 94612

R Wasserman

Oakland technology attorney at Wendel Rosen Black and Dean with 46 years experience

(510) 834-6600

1111 Broadway, Twenty-Fourth Floor, Oakland, CA 94607

Gregory Beattie

Oakland technology attorney at Reed Smith with 38 years experience

(510) 763-2000

1999 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Alan Haus

Oakland technology attorney at Donahue Gallagher Woods with 35 years experience

(510) 451-0544

1999 Harrison Street, 25th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612

Bruce Holloway

Oakland technology attorney at Reed Smith with 28 years experience

(510) 763-2000

1999 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Steven Lee

Oakland technology attorney at Donahue Gallagher Woods with 24 years experience

(510) 451-0544

1999 Harrison Street, 25th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612

Mikal Condon

Oakland technology attorney at Boies Schiller Flexner with 17 years experience

(510) 874-1000

1999 Harrison Street, Suite 900, Oakland, CA 94612

Need help with a technology law matter?

A technology attorney works with business clients on negotiating, structuring, and drafting all types of information technology transactions, including licensing and purchase agreements. Technology focused attorneys may also work on technology transfer, intellectual property, data protection, data security, privacy, outsourcing and ecommerce matters. Look for an attorney with specific experience for your technology needs.

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