Technology Transactions

Latham leverages technology expertise with the full spectrum of legal insight and a global footprint.

Why Latham

Companies that develop, own, use, or outsource technology and intellectual property turn to Latham & Watkins to address the intricate issues that can arise during a deal, or in the global marketplace.

Commercial and IP Transactions Advisors

As businesses become increasingly interdependent in a highly competitive, dynamic marketplace they must ensure that they can collaboratively and profitably develop, protect, share, and exploit their assets, including technology and intellectual property assets.

Awards & Rankings

  • Latham Earns Top Fintech Rankings Globally - February 10, 2021
  • Latham Named Capital Markets Group of the Year - December 13, 2020
  • Three Latham Partners Named Top Women Lawyers in California - November 04, 2020
  • Latham Fintech Partners Receive Innovation Award from New York Law Journal - November 01, 2020
  • Four Latham Lawyers Named 2020 Rising Stars - July 05, 2020

One source says, “It is the gold standard,” explaining, “As far as technology transactions go, it is the one the other firms look to.”

Chambers USA 2020

Media Coverage

Latham led the pack for U.S. M&A value in 2020, surpassing WachtellTech M&A to Drive Busier 2021 For Deal Lawyers Capital Markets Group Of The Year: Latham & Watkins


Latham Advises Centricus on US$1 Billion de-SPAC Firm Advises Expedia Group in American Express Acquisition of Egencia Firm Advises DEDIQ on Joint Venture With SAP

Thought Leadership

VG Bild-Kunst: Practical implications of the CJEU’s latest decisionImplementing Technology Change — Successes and Pitfalls in Financial ServicesGermany Clears Path for European Unitary Patent System

Webcasts & Podcasts

Podcast – Copyright & Brexit: How Will Article 15 of the EU Copyright Directive Affect Publishers and Platforms‪?Podcast – Has the Tide Turned for Transatlantic Data Transfers Post-Schrems II?Podcast – Copyright & Brexit: Will the UK Copy the EU Directive or Develop Its Own Regime?