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Timothy Curry

Tim Curry focuses on the representation of emerging growth and public technology companies in public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital financings, and licensing and partnering transactions. He also represents investment banks in public equity and debt offerings and companies and venture capitalists in venture financings and has developed and structured comprehensive corporate governance programs for several public companies.

Although Tim represents a broad range of technology companies, a substantial portion of his clients are in the software, e-commerce, and life sciences industries. He represents BioQuiddity, a developer of specialty pharmaceuticals; Five9 (NASDAQ), a leading cloud-based call center software company; InSite Vision, an ophthalmic biotechnology company; Intersil (NASDAQ), a leading provider of power management and precision analog solutions; Minted, a crowd-sourced design company; SanDisk (NASDAQ), the world leader in flash storage solutions; and VMware (NYSE), a virtualization and cloud infrastructure company. He also represents venture capital funds, strategic investors, and investment banks including Adams Street Partners, Artiman Ventures, Canaccord Genuity, Endeavour Vision, Franklin-Templeton, Nokia Growth Partners, and SoftBank. [1]