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Jason D. Haislmaier

Partner

, Bryan Cave
Boulder

Tel

1 303 417 8503

Fax

1 303 247 8303
jason.haislmaier@bryancave.com
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Jason D. Haislmaier

Partner


Boulder



One Boulder Plaza
1801 13th Street, Suite 300
Boulder, Colorado 80302

Phone:

1 303 417 8503

Fax:

1 303 247 8303

email:

jason.haislmaier@bryancave.com

Jason Haislmaier is a partner in the Boulder office. Mr. Haislmaier represents emerging and established companies in technology and intellectual property transactions, with an emphasis on developing strategies for protecting, managing, and commercializing technology and intellectual property assets.

Mr. Haislmaier has worked with clients to structure and negotiate hundreds of unique transactions involving the development and commercialization of technology and intellectual property assets, including licenses and technology transfers, reseller, OEM, and other distribution channel development relationships, IP and technology-based mergers, acquisitions, financings, and joint ventures, IT, business process, and manufacturing outsourcings, IP pooling agreements and dealings with industry standards bodies, and internet and electronic commerce transactions.

Mr. Haislmaier’s technical experience spans a range of industries and technologies, including computer software, hardware, data storage, networking, telecommunications, cable television, digital and online content distribution, semiconductor development and fabrication, and other high technology sectors.

Mr. Haislmaier has developed a special area of expertise involving open source software licensing and compliance. He works with clients in the U.S. and abroad to develop and implement open source software license compliance strategies. He also helps clients contend with, and respond to, open source software license enforcement inquiries. Mr. Haislmaier has also lectured in both the U.S. and Europe on topics involving open source software and other areas of intellectual property.

Professional Affiliations

  • Colorado Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section Advisory Board, Board Member, 2009–present

Civic Involvement and Honors

  • Silicon Flatirons Center for Technology and Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Information Technology; Board Chair, 2008–present; Board Member, 2005–present
  • Boulder Software Club, Board of Directors, 2009–present
  • The Family Learning Center, Board of Directors, 2007–2009
  • Colorado Super Lawyers, 2011–2013
  • The Best Lawyers in America, Copyright Law and Patent Law, 2011–2013
  • Intellectual Asset Management Magazine (IAM), IAM Licensing 250–The World’s Leading Patent and Technology Licensing Lawyers, 2010
  • Intellectual Asset Management Magazine (IAM), IAM Patent 1000 –The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners, 2012–2013

Jason Haislmaier is a partner in the Boulder office. Mr. Haislmaier represents emerging and established companies in technology and intellectual property transactions, with an emphasis on developing strategies for protecting, managing, and commercializing technology and intellectual property assets.

Mr. Haislmaier has worked with clients to structure and negotiate hundreds of unique transactions involving the development and commercialization of technology and intellectual property assets, including licenses and technology transfers, reseller, OEM, and other distribution channel development relationships, IP and technology-based mergers, acquisitions, financings, and joint ventures, IT, business process, and manufacturing outsourcings, IP pooling agreements and dealings with industry standards bodies, and internet and electronic commerce transactions.

Mr. Haislmaier’s technical experience spans a range of industries and technologies, including computer software, hardware, data storage, networking, telecommunications, cable television, digital and online content distribution, semiconductor development and fabrication, and other high technology sectors.

Mr. Haislmaier has developed a special area of expertise involving open source software licensing and compliance. He works with clients in the U.S. and abroad to develop and implement open source software license compliance strategies. He also helps clients contend with, and respond to, open source software license enforcement inquiries. Mr. Haislmaier has also lectured in both the U.S. and Europe on topics involving open source software and other areas of intellectual property.

Bar and Court Admissions

Colorado, 2000

Massachusetts, 1996

Pennsylvania, 1998

United States Patent and Trademark Office

Education

Franklin Pierce Law Center, J.D., 1996

Northwestern University, B.S., 1992

Publications

  • "Employees and P2P Applications: Data Security Risks," Law360, co-authored with David Zetoony (August, 2012)
  • "Deciphering Due Diligence: Tackling Software and IT Issues That Can Cripple M&A and Other Corporate Transactions,” ALI-ABA The Practical Lawyer (February 2011)
  • "Why Open Source Compliance (Increasingly) Matters,” ALI-ABA The Practical Lawyer (December 2009)
  • "Practical Strategies For Closing the Compliance Gap,” ALI-ABA The Practical Lawyer (October 2009)
  • "Developing A Strategy to Protect Intellectual Property,” Boulder County Business Report (July 10, 2009)
  • "Outsourcing Arrangements in the Current Market,” Financier Worldwide Magazine (May 2009)
  • "The Decision All of Open Source Has Been Waiting For,” Holme Roberts & Owen Law Alert (August 2008)

Speeches and Seminars

  • “Data Privacy, Data Security, and Cloud and IT Vendor Agreements: A Guide for In-House Counsel,” West LegalEd Center (Thomson Reuters), May 2015
  • "Data Privacy and Data Security in a Big Data World," West LegalEd Center (Thomson Reuters), March 2015
  • “When Companies Study Their Customers: The Changing Face of Data Privacy,” University of Colorado, Silicon Flatirons Center for Law and Technology, December 2014
  • “Privacy Law in the Internet of Things,” West LegalEd Center (Thomson Reuters), December 2014
  • “Privacy in the Internet of Things,” University of Denver Privacy Foundation, October 2014
  • “Bryan Cave Retailer Data Privacy/Security Roundtable – San Francisco,” October 2014 (with David Zetoony, Andrew Klungness, and Marcy Bergman)
  • “Cybersecurity and Medical Devices,” AdvaMed (Advanced Medical Technology Association), June 2014 (with David Zetoony)
  • “Open Source vs. Proprietary Software,” University of Colorado BioFrontiers Symposium, May 2014
  • “Building Mobile Apps: Legal and Practical Considerations,” 12th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property Institute, Colorado Bar Association, May 2014
  • “Bryan Cave Retailer Data Privacy/Security Roundtable – New York,” February 2014 (with David Zetoony, Chuck Hollis, Marcy Bergman, and Josh James)
  • “ 'Crash Course’ on Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs,” University of Colorado, Silicon Flatirons Center for Law and Technology, February 2014
  • “Mobile Apps and the New FDA Guidance for Mobile Medical App Developers: What In-House Counsel Should Know,” West LegalEdcenter (Thomson Reuters), January 2014
  • “The IP New World Order,” Colorado Bar Association, January 2014
  • “Identifying, Managing and Prioritizing Data Privacy Risks: What In-House Counsel Need to Know,” West LegalEd Center (Thomson Reuters), January 2014 (with David Zetoony)
  • “Identifying, Managing, and Prioritizing Data Privacy Risks,” Bryan Cave St. Louis 2013 Current Issues Facing Public Companies CLE Institute,” December 2013
  • “Identifying, Managing, and Prioritizing Data Privacy Risks,” Bryan Cave Denver 2013 Public Company Update & CLE Institute,” November 2013
  • “FDA Regulation of Mobile Software Applications,” Denver Economic Development Organizations, October 2013
  • “Privacy in a ‘Big Data’ World,” University of Denver Privacy Foundation, September 2013
  • “Open Source Licensing and Compliance; Practical Considerations,” Licensing Executives Society (LES), July 2013
  • “Cloud Computing – Does the Forecast Show Rain or Shine?,” Bryan Cave Arizona 2013 In-House Counsel CLE Seminar, June 2013 (with George Chen and representatives from firm clients CenturyLink and GoDaddy)
  • “Property and Privacy Rights in Data,” 2013 Intellectual Property & Technology Institute, May 2013
  • “State Activism in Mobile Data Privacy,” National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) Spring 2013 Conference, May 2013
  • “Data Security, Privacy, and Protection in the Cloud and Digital Age,” National Association of Wholesalers (NAW) Billion Dollar Company CLO Roundtable, April 2013 (with Tim Reynolds)
  • “Mobile Device Data Privacy,” University of Denver Privacy Foundation, March 2013
  • “Strategic Approaches Toward Analyzing Data Privacy & Security Risks,” BryanCave Atlanta 2013 In-House Counsel CLE Institute, January 2013 (with Jana Fuchs, Daniel Rockey, and David Zetoony)
  • “Crash Course on Data Privacy and Security,” Silicon Flatirons Center (Univ. of Colo) December 2012

    “Big Data Dig In – Legal Issues in Big Data,” Startup Colorado Network, December 2012

  • “Legal Issues in New Media and Data Privacy,” Bryan Cave HRO Denver Public Company Institute, November 2012
  • “Open Source Software in Cloud Computing: What You Need to Know,” West LegalEd Center, Celesq webinar series, October 2012
  • “Changes in the Data Security and Privacy Landscape,” West LegalEd Center, Celesq webinar series, September 2012
  • “Data Privacy & Data Security Update 2012,” Bryan Cave Phoenix Arizona In-House Counsel CLE Seminar, June 2012
  • "Open Source Issues in Cloud Computing," West LegalEd Center, Celesq webinar series, February 2012
  • "All Things Data: Data Rights and Data Privacy Issues for Software Companies," Denver and Boulder Software Clubs, January 2012
  • "All Things Data: Data Rights and Data Privacy Issues for Software Companies," Denver Software Club, January 2012
  • "Open Source Issues in Cloud Computing," OpenLogic Open Source Webinar Series, February 2012
  • “IP Diligence in Merger and Acquisition Transactions,” 2011 Intellectual Property Institute, Colorado Bar Association, June 2011
  • “The Evolution of Open Source Software as a Corporate Asset,” ABA Business Law Section Spring Meeting, April 2011
  • “Intellectual Property ‘Crash Course’ for Entrepreneurs,” Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado, March 2011
  • “Cloud Computing for Corporate Attorneys,” Celesq®-West IP Webinar Series for Corporate Counsel, October 2010
  • “Deciphering Due Diligence: Tackling Software and IT Issues That Can Cripple M&A and Other Corporate Transactions,” ABA 2010 Annual Meeting, August 2010
  • “Legal Issues in Cloud Computing – Don’t Get Stuck With Your Head in the Cloud,” 2010 Intellectual Property Institute, Colorado Bar Association, June 2010
  • “Open Source and Patent Business Models,” Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado, April 2010
  • “Open Source in Corporate and M&A Transactions,” ABA Business Law Section Spring Meeting, April 2010
  • "Current Issues in Open Source: Manage the Legal Risks, Reap the Business Rewards,” Celesq®-West IP Webinar Series for Corporate Counsel, November 2009
  • "Open Source ‘Crash Course’ for Entrepreneurs,” Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado, October 2009
  • "Open Source Update 2009-Open Source in the Current Economy,” Celesq®-West IP Master Webinar Series, June 2009
  • "Trends in Open Source Software,” 2009 Intellectual Property Institute, Colorado Bar Association, June 2009
  • "The Evolution of Open Source Software Compliance,” IP Licensing in 2009, Law Seminars International, March 2009
  • "Patents, Start-up Companies, and Financing Decisions,” Evaluating Software Patents, Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado, March 2009
  • "Outsourcing: Developing a Strategy for Success in the Current Economy,” Celesq®-West IP Webinar Series for Corporate Counsel, March 2009
  • "Intellectual Property ‘Crash Course’ for Entrepreneurs,” Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado, December 2008
  • "SOX and IP – A Trap for the Unwary?” Celesq®-West IP Webinar Series for Corporate Counsel, October 2008
  • "Open Source Legal Compliance Update–2008,” Celesq®-West IP Master Webinar Series, September 2008
  • "Open Source Compliance,” Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON), September 2008
  • "Life after GPLv3: New Developments in Open Source Software,” ABA Annual Meeting, August 2008
  • "SOX and IP – When Two Worlds Collide,” 2008 Intellectual Property Institute, Colorado Bar Association, June 2008
  • "Open Source Software 101,” Celesq®-West IP Webinar Series for Corporate Counsel, April 2008
  • "Putting Open Source to Work (On Your Own Terms),” Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), March 2008
  • "Opportunities and Strategies for Successful Start-ups,” Innovation, Intellectual Property, and Entrepreneurship in the Information Industries, Silicon Flatirons Center, University of Colorado, March 2008
  • "Hot Topics in Open Source Software-2008,” Celesq®-West IP Master Webinar Series, February 2008
  • "The Challenges of SaaS,” Boulder Software Club, January 2008

Professional Affiliations

  • Colorado Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section Advisory Board, Board Member, 2009–present

Civic Involvement and Honors

  • Silicon Flatirons Center for Technology and Entrepreneurship, Intellectual Property & Information Technology; Board Chair, 2008–present; Board Member, 2005–present
  • Boulder Software Club, Board of Directors, 2009–present
  • The Family Learning Center, Board of Directors, 2007–2009
  • Colorado Super Lawyers, 2011–2013
  • The Best Lawyers in America, Copyright Law and Patent Law, 2011–2013
  • Intellectual Asset Management Magazine (IAM), IAM Licensing 250–The World’s Leading Patent and Technology Licensing Lawyers, 2010
  • Intellectual Asset Management Magazine (IAM), IAM Patent 1000 –The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners, 2012–2013