Andrew Dolak


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Companies turn to Andrew Dolak for his insider perspective of the technology industry, having spent 15 years in the computer industry before pursuing law. That technical and business experience informs his structuring and negotiation of technology-related transactions, including the acquisition and sale of technology companies and intellectual property; the development, licensing, and implementation of technology, software and other intellectual property; and commercial transactions such as distribution, OEM, manufacture, supply and service agreements. He also advises clients with respect to enterprise software license and implementation agreements, and IT and business process outsourcing.

Andrew’s technology transactions have involved clients in a broad range of industries, including the software, semiconductor, gaming, entertainment, automotive, utility, telecommunications, hospitality, financial services, real estate, pharmaceutical and health care industries.



  • German


Bar Admissions

  • California


  • Loyola University, J.D.: cum laude; Order of the Coif; Loyola Law Review
  • Long Beach State University, B.S.: cum laude; Outstanding Graduate in Finance

Professional Activities


  • “Protecting Trade Secrets and Avoiding Misappropriation,” O’Melveny Corporate Counsel Seminar, March 2009
  • “Acquiring Software Licenses,” O’Melveny Corporate Counsel Seminar, February 2008
  • Application Service Provider Relationships," Internet Business Radio’s Business and Technology Hour, March 2004


  • “Successful Outsourcing,”O’Melveny Corporate Counsel Seminar, June 2007
  • “Mastering Human Resources Outsourcing Agreements,” HR Tech 2007 Conference


  • “Pricing the Outsourcing Deal,” PLI Treatise Chapter, May 2007


  • Whittier Law School, “Art and the Law,” Spring 2003


  • California State Bar, Intellectual Property Section
  • Auto Club of Southern California in its strategic alliance with Delphi for the development and implementation of automotive telematics systems and services
  • Broadcom Corporation in the structuring of its GPS service business contracts with Hitachi, Sprint and Ericsson
  • Cinemark in its Latin America digital cinema deployment agreements with Sony, Paramount, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros. and Disney
  • CodeRyte in its software license agreement with the University of Texas Hospital System
  • Conexant Systems in the sale of its Broadband Access product lines to Ikanos Communications