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Hao Wang

Associate

555 17th Street, Suite 3200, Denver, CO 80202

Hao practices at the intersection of intellectual property and technology law, guiding clients through complex, high-tech agreements.

Hao recognizes that the primary value of technology companies is their intellectual property. He works with clients to understand their businesses, their technologies, and how to protect them, and how to maximize value in order to help clients achieve their strategic objectives.

He advises a wide range of clients including large public companies, investors, and emerging companies in a variety of different technologies including semiconductors, telecommunications, network security, and integrated cloud-based platforms and applications. Hao has represented clients for mergers and acquisitions, licensing of intellectual property and related assets, technology development agreements, and structuring and negotiating complex strategic alliances.

Before joining Holland & Hart, Hao was a senior associate at a large international firm in Denver. 

Experience

Intellectual Property Agreements 
  • Intellectual Property Licenses
  • Joint Development Agreements
  • Intellectual Property Acquisitions
  • Technology Agreements related to Software Offerings
  • Supply Chain Procurement
  • Media, Entertainment, and Content-Related Agreements
Support of Corporate Transactions
  • Asset Purchases and Sales for IP-focused Companies
  • Stock Purchases and Mergers (Buy-Side and Sell-Side) for IP-focused Companies
  • Secured Financings and Security Interests in Intellectual Property
     

Education

Bar Admissions

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