Carrie Cobb represents clients on a broad range of intellectual property matters involving the development, transfer and licensing of technology and IP. She helps clients protect their IP assets, representing them in a variety of transactions, including advising on the IP aspects of mergers and acquisitions, licensing and service agreements, and strategic relationships.
Carrie earned her law degree from Vanderbilt Law School and a B.A. in philosophy from Rhodes College.
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Representation of Groups360, a leading platform for booking group travel, in its $35,000,000 investment from Zigg Capital, Blackstone Innovations Investments, and Fir Tree Partners to accelerate growth.
Representation of Empower Community Care, a leading global behavioral health organization responsible for distributing evidence-based programs and technologies, in its acquisition of The Carey Group, Inc. & Carey Group Publishing, LLC (collectively, “Carey Group”), a provider of consulting services and educational content to criminal and juvenile justice and other human and social services agencies. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Representation of Empower Community Care, a leading global behavioral health organization responsible for distributing evidence-based programs and technologies, in its acquisition of F.F.T. LLC, who provides training and support services for the Functional Family Therapy model, an evidence-based intervention that has received international recognition for its outcomes in helping troubled youth and their families. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
We serve as lead outside counsel for a global Fortune 500 media company negotiating data protection and privacy agreements and contractual terms, including for engagements of ad tech, security infrastructure, financial services, and clinical healthcare service providers, as well as advising on U.S. and international security and privacy regulations and self-regulatory framework compliance.
We provide ongoing counseling and assistance with U.S. and international data protection and privacy legal and regulatory compliance matters and contract negotiation for an international nonprofit association in a highly regulated industry, including updates and revisions to multiple privacy notices and policies for various audiences and stakeholders, negotiation of data protection, privacy and data rights terms in client and supplier agreements, implementation of data transfer mechanisms, and counseling with respect to information security and data management practices.
Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law — Executive Editor
Chris Lantz Memorial Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law Outstanding Service Award
Vanderbilt Scholastic Excellence Award in Legal Writing and Research II
Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society