District of Columbia
Georgetown University, J.D., cum laude, 2018; Executive Articles Editor, Georgetown Law Journal
Duke University, B.A., 2015
Aneesha Bruton is a transactional attorney who counsels clients on a broad range of technology transactions and complex commercial contracts matters. Her experience includes software, data, patent and trademark licensing; software- and platform-as-a-service agreements; e-commerce; joint intellectual property development and joint venture agreements; product and platform development and integration; commercialization; distribution and reseller agreements; professional service agreements; and supply-chain, warehousing and logistics agreements. Aneesha also assists clients in enterprise and optimization transactions, and she advises clients on the intellectual property aspects of merger, acquisition, asset sale and financing transactions.
Prior to joining Robinson Bradshaw, Aneesha was an attorney at King & Spalding LLP in Washington, D.C. She is not yet admitted to practice in North Carolina.
Drafts licensing agreements for software, patents, trademarks, data, databases, and other technology and intellectual property.
Prepares SaaS, IaaS and PaaS agreements; website and platform terms of service; and other e-commerce agreements.
Advises on software- and intellectual property-related product and platform development, integration, distribution and commercialization including business strategy and negotiation of related agreements.
Negotiates various vendor service agreements for information security and IT infrastructure, cloud and data center hosting, managed services and other internal business process services.
Advises companies on the intellectual property and technology aspects of merger, acquisition, asset sale and financing transactions, including evaluating intellectual property portfolios of companies and negotiating intellectual property terms and ancillary license and services agreements.
Sourcing and Outsourcing
Advises companies on outsourcing, realignment and optimization transactions including traditional sourcing deals, strategic alliances, performance partnerships and preferred supplier arrangements.
Structured outsourcing procurement processes and negotiated agreements memorializing IT, cybersecurity, cloud-hosting services and other vendor outsourced services for several multinational corporations and projects for smart cities.
Complex Commercial Contracts
Negotiates various product and service commercialization agreements including supply, distribution, manufacturing, reseller, value-added reseller, OEM, sales agent, co-branding, sponsorship and marketing agreements.
Drafts agreements for supply chain, logistics, warehousing, facilities management, manufacturing, shipping and transportation services.
Other Corporate Matters
Negotiates domestic and international buy-side and sell-side mergers, acquisitions, asset sales, spinoffs, securities offerings, SPAC transactions and other restructuring transactions.
Advises companies, private equity funds and venture capital investors on equity and debt financing rounds.
Counsels early-stage and growth companies as outside general counsel on general corporate matters including corporate governance, entity formation, restructuring, securities compliance and commercial contracts.
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- Nov. 15, 2023