Daren Orzechowski is an expert at M&A, intellectual property strategy and licensing matters. He is a leading partner of global Technology Transactions Practice of the law firm, White & Case. He is representing clients from different industries for more than two decades in connection with their crucial strategic IP, data and technology-focused transactions.
His client list comprises of both large corporates and startups. He provides legal advice to his clients regarding data privacy and transactions involving the acquisition, development, transfers and licensing of IP, brands, information technology (IT), software, hardware, data, etc.
Attorney Orzechowski is a Black Duck Certified Legal Professional. He has many years of experience dealing with open source code issues. He has also handled matters relating to an extensive range of technologies. This experience has provided him with a broad perspective that lends insight to new and emerging technologies.
He has dealt with issues in technologies such as semiconductors, mobile devices, cloud computing and software as a service offering, drones, autonomous vehicles, AI, e-commerce, infrastructure and platform technologies, wearable devices, IoT, etc. The matters he handles usually involve deep commercial and technical complexity.
He has successfully managed practice areas such as M&A, strategic alliance and licensing arrangements. He has handled day-to-day operational matters ranging from product development and the formulation of go-to-market strategies to supply chain issues for devices and cloud-based solutions.
He has gained experience in handling complex international joint ventures and corporate transactions involving integration issues. He is also known for handling a variety of trademark-focused matters related to the acquisition and exploitation of well-known brand portfolios and sponsorship relationships.
He has closely worked with the in-house legal and technical teams of White & Case throughout his career. His firm asked him to manage a multi-year transformation of its global IT infrastructure and critical systems.
Before turning his concentration to transactional work, he litigated intellectual property disputes in courts and tribunals throughout the country. This experience has given him a unique perspective, which is beneficial in his transactional practice.
Major publications have quoted about him. He speaks and writes about technology, privacy, and intellectual property matters frequently. He also contributes regularly to White & Case’s Technology Newsflash. He authors articles and updates on the latest technology, outsourcing and privacy legal issues and trends affecting businesses today.
He has secured membership of several leading associations such as the American Bar Association and the International Trademark Association. He is also an officer of the Technology Law Section of the International Bar Association.
He has also obtained admission to California State Bar, New York State Bar, US District Court for the Southern, Eastern and Western District of New York, US Court of Appeals for the Second and the Fourth Circuit, and the US Supreme Court.
He has done BA from the Tufts University and has obtained JD from the Fordham University School of Law. He speaks the English language.
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