Deborah B. Dong, LL.M. represents high technology and emerging growth companies, investment firms, start-ups and small businesses, as well as individuals.

She has over twenty years of experience in business, law and technology, including over eight years of “big firm” legal experience and ten years in the information technology field. Deborah’s combination of legal know-how, business savvy, and technical understanding allow her to provide her clients with legal solutions that are realistic, cost-effective, and appropriate for their business and personal situations.

Her practice areas for high technology companies and other businesses include technology transfer and software licensing, commercial contracts, and business law. In addition, she advises executives and other individuals on business and employment-related matters, asset protection and estate planning.

 

Deborah B. Dong, LL.M.

Attorney at Law

20 Park Plaza

Suite 400

Boston, MA 02116
617.412.7210

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