The Recorder has recognized 50 women, including nine in-house lawyers, as its Women Leaders in Technology Law. For this, the Recorder's third annual Women Leaders event, the editors singled out lawyers who've demonstrated leadership and expertise in solving the most pressing legal concerns tech companies can face. "These are the lawyers who get the call for that first, crucial funding round, the patent dispute only scientists can understand, the licensing-as-lifeline deal, the long-sought liquidity event," said Recorder Editor in Chief Greg Mitchell.
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