Richard was in-house counsel for a large software company for a number of years, where he negotiated enterprise-wide license and services agreements with Fortune 100 customers in retail, financial, manufacturing and other industries, and where he was also instructive in the refinement of the company’s form agreements and interfacing with R&D functions. Richard returned to private practice at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice and focuses primarily on transactions relating to information technology. Richard currently negotiates and advises wide-ranging clients on complex and sophisticated license, services, OEM, outsourcing, supply, and market channel (i.e., distribution, reseller, etc.) transactions based on subject matter.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Richard J. Caira, Jr.