Jeremiah M. Wolsk

  • Partner
  • Ejeremiah.wolsk@lw.com
  • 555 Eleventh Street, NW
  • Suite 1000
  • Washington, D.C. 20004-1304
  • USA
  • T +1.202.637.2196
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Profile

Jeremiah Wolsk is a partner in the Data & Technology Transactions Practice of the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins.

Mr. Wolsk represents regulated entities (primarily in the life sciences, financial services and telecommunications industries) in their strategic commercial transactions and supports Latham’s M&A and project finance teams in connection with IP diligence and negotiation of ancillary agreements (e.g., license agreements TSAs). He has represented clients in transactions in the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa.

Mr. Wolsk is regularly named as one of the top Technology & IT Outsourcing lawyers in the Washington, D.C. market by Chambers USA and The Legal 500 US. A recent issue of Chambers USA particularly praised Mr. Wolsk for his “excellent attention to detail and tenacity in negotiations.”

Experience

Life Sciences
  • Representative transactions include: (i) patent licensing and technology transfer; (ii) co-promotion and co-branding agreements; (iii) clinical study/CRO agreements; (iv) companion diagnostics agreements; (v) supply, manufacturing and distribution (including GPO) agreements; (vi) joint development and joint research agreements; (vii) IT and business process (e.g., claims, member services, new member intake, call center) outsourcing; and (viii) IP and commercial diligence in connection with investments and acquisitions.
Financial Services/Fintech
  • Representative transactions include (i) consortium transactions (e.g., telecommunications services; card processing), (ii) credit card authentication services; (iii) joint venture for the development of automated consumer credit underwriting technology; (iv) IT  and business process (e.g., claims, policyholder service, underwriting, call center) outsourcing; (v) patent licensing; (vi) applications development; and (vii) asset management. 
Telecommunications
  • Representative transactions include (i) IP and commercial diligence in connection with investments and acquisitions; (ii) joint development; (iii) joint marketing; (iv) licensing; (v) telecom equipment and infrastructure purchase, installation and integration; (vi) network operations and support; (vii) satellite procurement and operation; and (viii) satellite launch services.

Thought Leadership

  • US Supreme Court Says No to Post-Sale Restrictions Under Patent Law -  July 19, 2017
  • Why Patentees Conveying Covenants Not to Sue Should Take Another Look at the Fine Print -  July 22, 2009

“Very experienced, has a strong business focus and delivers under tight deadlines” 
“An impressive transactional expert” 
“Really in the trenches in deal negotiations and is very effective”

Chambers USA 2018-2020
Bar Qualification
  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • New York
Education
  • JD, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, 1996
  • BA, Johns Hopkins University, 1992
Industries
  • Energy & Infrastructure
  • Healthcare & Life Sciences
  • Technology
Practices
  • Technology Transactions
  • Payments & Emerging Financial Services
  • Connectivity, Privacy & Information
  • Communications Law
  • Emerging Companies
  • Banking
  • Outsourcing
  • India Practice
  • Africa Practice