Daryn A. Grossman is co-chair of Proskauer’s global Corporate Department, and serves as the co-head of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications Group and head of the Life Sciences Group.
For over 20 years, Daryn has designed and negotiated complex technology and intellectual property transaction structures, including strategic alliances, licensing, technology development and outsourcing transactions. Her clients include a wide range of life sciences, cloud computing, digital media, Internet, software, electronics, luxury goods, retail, fashion, entertainment, telecommunications and clean technology companies.
Daryn’s practice also focuses on technology mergers, acquisitions, sales and spinoffs. She represents both growth and mature companies, and counsels venture capitalists and strategic investors in evaluating intellectual property portfolios in connection with private equity investments, public offerings and mergers and acquisitions. Daryn often counsels boards of directors and management teams in navigating the critical commercial and legal issues surrounding product development and exploitation and risk mitigation.
Chambers USA describes Daryn as “skilled and resourceful.” IAM Patent writes: “In the IP monetization area, there is nothing crack negotiator Daryn Grossman can’t do,” adding that she has “a command of all deal types across the IP commercialization spectrum…she can go toe to toe with anybody. She just gets deals done.” Daryn has also been recognized by such publications as The Legal 500 United States, Best Lawyers in America and IAM Licensing.
Daryn participates in the management of the firm in various capacities. In addition to her current roles, she previously has served on the firm’s Hiring Committee, Business Development Committee and Lateral Acquisition Committee. She has also served as a partner liaison to the Proskauer Women’s Alliance and as the Administrative Partner for the Corporate Department.
Daryn is a frequent lecturer on entrepreneurship and issues related to technology, licensing and intellectual property law.
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