K&L Gates Adds Technology Transactions Counsel to Seattle Office
Seattle - The Seattle office of global law firm K&L Gates LLP welcomes K.E. Love as a counsel in the technology transactions practice. Love joins K&L Gates from NCSOFT West, where she served as associate general counsel.
At NCSOFT and in earlier senior counsel roles with HTC America and T-Mobile USA, Love worked with company leaders in the United States and abroad on a wide array of legal and business areas, including operations, corporate strategy, technology and content licensing and development, marketing and advertising, sales and distribution, human resources, product management, manufacturing, compliance, and privacy and security matters. In addition, she counseled on best practices and negotiated contracts such as intellectual property and software licensing agreements.
“We are thrilled to welcome K.E. to the Seattle office and firmwide technology transactions practice,” said Pallavi Mehta Wahi, administrative partner of K&L Gates’ Seattle office. “She offers clients deep in-house experience as well as valuable privacy capabilities. With K.E.’s addition, we strengthen our 15-member team in Seattle focused solely on technology-related transactions.”
K&L Gates’ technology transactions group has experience in both complex and routine cases covering a wide range of technologies and industries. This includes providing counsel on business and legal issues related to technology licensing and transactions, Internet/cloud computing law, intellectual property development and taxation issues, e-merging commerce, specialized due diligence, legislation and regulation, and more.
K&L Gates’ Seattle office also recently welcomed Misha Kovacevic as a counsel in the aviation practice, and, in June, added partner Michael D. McKay and associate Krysta A. Liveris to its investigations, enforcement and white collar practice.
K&L Gates is a fully integrated global law firm with lawyers located across five continents. The firm represents leading multinational corporations, growth and middle-market companies, capital markets participants and entrepreneurs in every major industry group as well as public sector entities, educational institutions, philanthropic organizations and individuals.