Timothy Nelson Discusses How the Law Impacts Technology and Private Equity in Recent Podcast
Aronberg Goldgehn attorney Timothy Nelson appeared on the Private Equity Technology Podcast this week to discuss how the law impacts technology and Private Equity.
The Private Equity Technology Podcast, produced and hosted by Alex Agran, explores how technology is important to Private Equity transactions and the successful operations of portfolio companies. In each episode, Alex Agran and his guests discuss different aspects of technology that are critical to the success of Private Equity investments.
In the January 29, 2018, episode, Timothy Nelson addresses the role of the attorney in mergers and acquisitions and as general counsel for Private Equity portfolio companies. This podcast features a discussion regarding technology due diligence and negotiations in M&A transactions, software development and licensing, open source challenges, software as a service, data rights issues, and other topics relevant to companies in a variety of industries.
You can stream or download the Podcast, Episode 13, here:
About Timothy Nelson
Tim Nelson is Co-Chair of the Business Law & Transactions Group at Aronberg Goldgehn. He represents clients in a broad range of matters and transactions. He often serves as outside general counsel for middle market and privately held businesses in a variety of industries, providing counsel on a broad range of legal, business and strategic matters. He represents clients in connection with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; business formation, start-up and governance matters; corporate structure and business planning matters; private debt and equity offerings; shareholder disputes; commercial finance transactions; as well as real estate, leasing and licensing transactions. Tim also assists clients with a range of technology and intellectual property matters, including trademark and copyright matters, Internet and software matters, as well as related concerns such as trade secret protections and related company policies. He regularly negotiates and drafts business governance documentation; purchase and sale documentation for transactions large and small; confidentiality agreements, employment policies and agreements, strategic and consulting agreements; licensing documentation, loan documentation, real estate and leasing agreements; customer contracts, and a variety of other documents used in and out of the ordinary course of business. Tim joined Aronberg Goldgehn as an associate in November 2010 and was named a Member in January 2015.