Ethan M. Riley


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Ethan Riley represents clients on a broad range of intellectual property matters involving the development, transfer and licensing of technology and IP. He 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.

Ethan earned a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and a B.S. in biochemistry and cellular biology from the University of Tennessee.