Christopher A. Bloom concentrates his practice in technology and intellectual property helping clients strategically achieve business objectives.
Mr. Bloom has counseled companies and academic institutions in strategies to develop, protect and enforce intellectual property rights. He has experience with technology exploitation and transfer, including strategic alliances, joint ventures, research and development and licensing agreements throughout the world. Mr.Bloom counsels clients concerning international distribution, licensing and franchise issues, including the structuring of agreements, compliance with applicable law and termination enforcement. He counsels clients concerning the legal issues and agreements associated with computer and electronic products, medical device software and services throughout the world, including issues such as access to data, privacy, data security, service levels (SLAs) and data rights.
In addition to representing individual clients and companies, Mr. Bloom has assisted industry consortiums and trade associations in establishing consortiums and the mechanisms for pursuing collective activity in the areas of intellectual property enforcement, research and development and licensing. He has substantial experience with the intellectual property issues involved in standards setting and standard essential patents.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher Bloom