Rimon Law welcomes Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Lawyer and Technologist-in-Residence Robert Lee
News June 26, 2014
Furthering its reputation for innovation and as a leader in intellectual property protection in Silicon Valley, Rimon is pleased to announce the addition of Robert H. Lee as its Technologist-in-Residence. He is also Research Fellow in Law, Science & Technology at Stanford University.
Mr. Lee focuses on intellectual property protection, angel and VC financing and business strategy for high-technology businesses. He has worked on patents in the fields of consumer and enterprise software, electrical engineering, material science, medical device and diagnostics, and biotechnology, and has facilitated numerous angel and VC financing deals in Silicon Valley.
Prior to Rimon, Robert served as CEO of Fly Online, a consumer travel provider acquired by Travelzoo (NASDAQ: TZOO) and VP of Intellevate, an enterprise software and services company that was acquired by CPA Global. He has lectured at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, UC Berkeley's Law and Business Schools, The Indian Institute of Management, Google, Twitter, and the World Tea Exposition.
Prior to Mr. Lee’s Research Fellow at Stanford, he received his JD from the University of California, Berkeley and his B.S. in Biochemistry and his B.A. in Philosophy.
Rimon has established itself as an innovator in the legal industry and the corporate finance representations. The Financial Times recognized Rimon on its list of most innovative law firms and the firm’s managing partners were both named ‘Legal Rebels’ by the American Bar Association Journal.