Victoria Lee has been practicing in DLA Piper's Technology and Sourcing practice for over 17 years. Her practice focuses on representation of emerging growth and public companies in complex technology and commercial transactions in the software and semiconductor industry, as well as a variety of other industry sectors.

Victoria has extensive expertise in developing strategies for clients to protect, license and exploit their intellectual property assets. Her practice includes structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial and intellectual property agreements, such as:

  • License agreements for patents, software, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets
  • Agreements for product distribution, including OEM, distribution, sales representative and reseller agreements
  • Manufacturing and purchase and supply agreements

A significant component of Victoria's practice includes advising clients on open source business models and compliance issues and she has substantial expertise in representing both customers and service providers in cloud computing transactions. She also has significant experience assisting clients in the intellectual property aspects of buy and sell-side M&A transactions, spin-ins and spin-outs.

The respected research publisher Chambers & Partners recently recognized Victoria in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business. The Recorder lists her as one of the 50 Women Leaders in Tech Law 2013.