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Martin B. Robins, Esq.
Martin Robins practices extensively in the general corporate and corporate governance, M&A, finance, intellectual property (including licensing, compliance and DMCA) and information technology/data security areas. As a result of his 34 years of experience in business practice, in both law firm and in-house environments, he appreciates the multifaceted nature of so many legal matters and is able to bring to bear, expertise in all pertinent areas and recognize the need for complementary expertise.

Robins has represented public and private clients of all sizes and in all industries ranging from Fortune 50 multinational firms to substantial private companies to start-ups to individual executives. His work has encompassed transactions of all sizes. Representative transactions include business acquisitions, shareholder buy/sell agreements bank and similar financing, software licenses and computer/telecom hardware procurements, joint ventures, equipment and real estate leases, patent licenses, outsourcing and managed service contracts including data security/privacy matters, executive employment, separation, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements, general trade secret practice and software- as-a-service and cloud transactions. Apart from specific transactions,Robins also engages in a good deal of compliance-related work, involving contractual, privacy and intellectual property-related obligations.

Robins’ experience in practice has been augmented by teaching as an adjunct law professor at Northwestern University School of Law and DePaul University College of Law.


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There is a pressure in the marketplace for lessors to offer non-standardized financing. Such arrangements have potential legal implications which should be considered. Read Full Article

Legal Issues
May 03, 2016 @ 07:00 AM

Sale/leasebacks often allow lessees a beneficial “do-over” while providing lessors access to advantageous financing opportunities. However, both parties need to take a few precautions to make the deals work. Read Full Article

Miscellaneous Topic
December 01, 2015 @ 07:00 AM