Stephanie Lynn Sharron

Partner | Palo Alto | (650) 813-4018
(650) 813-4018

I enjoy developing deep relationships with my clients to help them leverage innovation and attain their strategic objectives.

Clients turn to Stephanie for advice on how to leverage data through technology and the related issues that apply to their business models in light of the rapid changes in business, technology, and law.

Stephanie has over two decades of experience working with clients on the complex technology, intellectual property, and data rights issues pertaining to a diverse range of technologies and businesses, including, among others:

  • Cloud services
  • The Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Data analytics
  • FinTech
  • Digital transaction
  • Autonomous systems
  • Cybersecurity solutions
  • Semiconductors
  • HealthTech
  • EdTech
  • CleanTech

Stephanie has advised companies developing and commercializing data analytics platforms used in both consumer and industrial IoT applications, as well some of the leading consumer and enterprise product innovators in a broad range of transactional and counseling issues relating to their global product and services.

Additionally, Stephanie advises on the commercial technology and intellectual property aspects of mergers, acquisitions, asset spin-off transactions, and private equity investments.

Since 2016, Stephanie has taught as a guest lecturer in the Technology Transactions course in Cornell Law School’s Technology and Entrepreneurship LLM program at CornellTech. She is also adjunct faculty at Cornell Law School for the Legal Issues in FinTech course.

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