Farah Cook concentrates her practice on technology-focused commercial agreements, software development, and licensing of intellectual property, strategic alliances, content distribution, and SaaS products.
Ms. Cook has represented clients in various industries in the drafting and negotiation of a range of technology, commercial and advertising agreements, including traditional licensing, data use and licensing agreements, software development, hosting agreements, reseller agreements, website co-branding agreements, website development agreements, and vendor procurement agreements.
In addition to her technology and commercial law background, Ms. Cook brings promotional marketing, digital transactions, and advertising experience. Further, she has worked on acquisitions and diligence projects, with a particular focus on analyzing IP issues, commercial contracts, content provider agreements, and privacy matters. Ms. Cook’s combination of in-house and big law firm experience, as well as her broad practice, gives her the ability to creatively and efficiently identify, understand and navigate issues in technology, commercial and marketing matters.
Ms. Cook was recognized in 2020 by The Best Lawyers in America® for IT Outsourcing Law. In 2019, she was recommended by Legal 500 US in the area of Technology/Outsourcing.
Farah is proficient in French.
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Howard University School of Law, J.D. (2001)
Columbia University, M.A., French Cultural Studies (1998)
Spelman College, B.A., French (1997) Dean's List
New York (2002)
Georgia State Bar Association, Entertainment & Sport Law; Intellectual Property and Technology Sections, Member
Black Entertainment & Sports Law Association, Member
National Bar Association, Commercial Law Group Member
Children’s Hospital of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding Hospital, Community Board Member
Children’s Hospital of Atlanta , Member of the founding class of the Emerging Leaders
The Aloha Foundation, Trustee
Jack and Jill of America, Atlanta Chapter, Member
The Links, Incorporated, Dogwood City Chapter, Member
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