Jake Wyrick focuses his practice on representing emerging growth technology companies and investors and advising them on corporate matters including formations, financings, and mergers and acquisitions. His clients include companies and investors focused on a variety of industries, including software, blockchain technology, alternative energy, internet-of-things and networking, hardware, medical devices, and life sciences.
Prior to joining the firm, Jake worked as an associate at a law firm based in Menlo Park, California where his practice focused on technology transactions, with an emphasis on intellectual property, licensing, data security, and privacy, in addition to venture financings and mergers and acquisitions. Previously, Jake was a legal intern at Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco, California where he focused on appellate litigation and advocacy involving intellectual property, online free-speech, and privacy.
While attending law school, Jake was a Dillon Henry Memorial Summer Legal Fellow at the Surfrider Foundation in San Clemente, California where he gained broad exposure to in-house corporate matters. Jake worked as a summer associate at a law firm in Tokyo, Japan where he worked with Japanese and American attorneys on venture capital financings, mergers, acquisitions, and international licenses. Jake also worked as a student attorney at Duke University School of Law’s Start-Up Ventures Clinic where he advised high-growth start-ups.
Jake has working knowledge of Spanish.
Duke University School of Law, J.D. (2014)
Claremont McKenna College, B.A., Philosophy and Public Affairs, Legal Studies (2011) cum laude
Gaza Sky Geeks, Remote Mentor (2015)
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