2010 World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting
May 20–21, 2010 • Boston, Massachusetts, USA • The Charles Hotel
Dr. Jan Geert Meents
Mr. Geert Meents has over ten years experience advising IT companies and national and international businesses. His practice involves a combination of corporate, intellectual property and other legal issues specific to the technology sector. As part of this blend Jan Geert Meents has focused on complex technology transactions involving the exploitation, leveraging and transfer of IP rights with the focus on transformative technologies and their impact on corporate enterprises.
Mr. Geert Meents' practice involves representing customers and providers in sophisticated sourcing and offshoring transactions including large-scale IT and BPO projects. In addition, Mr. Geert Meents is extensively engaged in open source aspects on behalf of vendors and users as well as in data protection and related IT compliance issues.
Jan Geert Meents has authored one of the first books on e-commerce transactions in Germany. He is co-editor of the standard compendium for specialist IT lawyers in Germany and has published a number of articles on technology-related topics. He is a frequent speaker at national and international technology law conferences and he is a lecturer for IT law at the University of Oldenburg, Germany.