Clients from startups to multinational companies turn to Cameron Robinson for business and legal advice across all areas of intellectual property and data privacy, including trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and data protection. Cameron also has extensive experience with technology transactions and other complex commercial matters. He serves industries such as new media and technology, automotive, entertainment, telecommunications, and more.
With significant experience drafting and negotiating complex technology, commercial, and intellectual property agreements, Cameron can deliver a full suite of services for clients, including intellectual property and technology licenses and assignments, software development and support agreements, partnership and collaboration agreements, and development, manufacturing, and supply agreements.
Prior to joining CROKE FAIRCHILD DUARTE & BERES, Cameron was a Counsel at Hogan Lovells US LLP based in their Washington, D.C. office where he worked closely with the international mergers and acquisitions team to address intellectual property aspects of corporate transactions.
Cameron received his J.D. from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, where he was a member of the Federal Communications Law Journal and served as an Intellectual Property Research Assistant for Professor Marshall Leaffer. Cameron received his B.A. from Indiana University.