Daniel Ray brings a deep understanding of his clients’ businesses to his work advising on technology transactions. Dan helps clients navigate mergers and acquisitions, license agreements, joint ventures and other strategic relationships where technology and intellectual property are key.
Dan counsels clients at every stage of their growth, from Series A fundraising through an initial public offering or sale. He also represents established clients, including Fortune 500 technology companies and investors (both strategic and financial). Likewise, Dan’s clients include both traditional “tech” companies (such as those in the internet, hardware, software, media and life sciences fields), as well as those in other industries who may be planning their first forays into big data, artificial intelligence or other new frontiers.
Prior to joining Huggins Reddien LLP, Dan worked in Silicon Valley with Sidley Austin LLP and King & Spalding LLP. Dan received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was Supreme Court chair of the Harvard Law Review and worked with the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.
Admitted to practice in California, Colorado and New York.