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Intellectual property and commercial law matters are at the core of Leah's practice. She represents clients in technology transactions where intellectual property is a key component, particularly in the education, advertising, financial, and entertainment industries.
Leah returned to Lowenstein after serving as in-house counsel Facebook in the areas of e-commerce and payments. Her practice focuses on representing domestic and international companies on a wide range of general corporate, IP, and commercial law matters. She drafts and negotiates commercial contracts for large financial institutions, technology companies, and other corporate clients, including agreements involving manufacturing and distribution, master services and statements of work, SaaS, end-user licenses, e-commerce, co-marketing, and terms and conditions of sale, as well as shareholders’ agreements, partnership and joint venture agreements, stock redemption agreements, and stock transfer agreements.
Clients appreciate that Leah makes complex legal and contractual issues clear, accessible, and applicable to their business practices. Her honed analytical skills and writing ability are complemented by her unwavering work ethic and practical approach to problem-solving.