Mr. Goldenberg's practice includes a comprehensive array of corporate representation,... more
Mr. Goldenberg's practice includes a comprehensive array of corporate representation, including corporate formation, financing and venture capital transactions, technology transactions, MA and intellectual property matters. Before attending Stanford Law School, he received his bachelor's degree from Stanford University with honors (where he was admitted to Phi Beta Kappa) and also started a sma... view profile
John Pavolotsky's practice focuses on technology transactions and other intellectual... more
John Pavolotsky's practice focuses on technology transactions and other intellectual property matters. Prior to joining GT, John was Corporate Counsel of SugarCRM Inc. and General Counsel of Fourth Dimension Software. Prior to earning his law degree, John worked as a Research Associate at the University of California, San Francisco. Johns industry experience includes travel automation, customer... view profile
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