Tom Oslovar is a technology transactions attorney who specializes in mergers and acquisitions, technology transaction agreements such as licensing agreements, IP assignments, co-marketing agreements, development agreements, and intellectual property issues that arise in transactional matters related to venture capital and private equity financings and public and private securities offerings. In addition, Tom provides general legal advice to clients regarding their business operations, legal best practices, and technology compliance.
Tom also advises clients on open source-related issues in the compliance and M&A contexts. His work involves remediating open source issues in software products, developing and maintaining open source use policies, and providing general education regarding open source issues to clients’ engineering and technical personnel.
Tom represents startups, investors, and public companies in a variety of sectors including software, Internet, interactive advertising, cloud computing, biopharmaceuticals, sustainable energy, infotainment, automotive, video games, fitness analytics, semiconductors, and mobile navigation, among other sectors.
Tom believes that to properly represent clients in the technology industry, it is critical to understand the technology their clients seek to protect and exploit. With this belief, Tom stays well-informed on industry trends and competitive forces effecting his clients’ businesses so that he can quickly address issues as they relate to their evolving technologies and business models.