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William and Mary School of Law, J.D., 2002, Order of the Coif; Member, William & Mary Law Review, 2001-02; Law Review Candidates Program, Director

Duke University, B.A., cum laude, 1995


Rich Dunn's practice covers a broad range of commercial transactions with a focus on intellectual property and technology, licensing, finance, and general commercial and corporate law. He regularly counsels a variety of public and private companies, including technology providers and health care entities, in connection with software licensing, SaaS subscriptions, technology development, e-commerce and other intellectual property related matters. His experience as a consultant for Accenture (formerly known as Andersen Consulting) prior to joining Robinson Bradshaw allows him to provide each of his clients with a unique and well-rounded perspective in connection with negotiating and structuring each of their respective technology-related transactions.

Rich also routinely advises businesses in a variety of other commercial and corporate matters, including organizational issues, corporate governance issues, joint ventures, partnerships and other business partnering arrangements, procurement and distribution agreements, and other material commercial contracts.

In his finance practice, Rich also regularly counsels banks, financial institutions and the lenders in the structuring and documentation of secured and unsecured lending transactions for both leveraged and investment-grade borrowers.

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  • Leadership Charlotte, Class 30
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