ATLANTA – Arnall Golden Gregory (AGG) is pleased to announce that Lori L. Wright has joined the firm’s Atlanta office as a partner and chair of the Technology practice.
“We are excited to bring Lori on board,” said Sherman A. Cohen, co-chair of the Corporate & Finance practice. “Lori’s leadership combined with her extensive experience representing buyers and sellers of technology bring a unique asset to our team and our clients, many of whom continue to navigate unprecedented technology-related issues caused by the pandemic.”
For nearly 15 years, Lori has represented emerging and established companies across numerous industries, including banking, fintech, consumer products, retail, franchising, healthcare, manufacturing, real estate, telecommunications, information technology, and utilities/electrical power. Her practice includes representing domestic and international clients in software development and licensing digital transformation and complex global technology and business process outsourcing. Lori is dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession and serves as a mentor for young professionals to grow and achieve success.
“We are seeing an increase in the number of clients who are transforming the way they do business, which was accelerated by the pandemic. As our clients work to understand this market shift, many are in unchartered waters. Lori’s experience negotiating complex sourcing agreements and renegotiating legacy or otherwise unfavorable technology transactions will allow our team to advise our clients’ on prevalent market conditions and best practices in the technology sector,” added Andrew J. Schutt, co-chair of the Corporate & Finance practice.
“I am thrilled to bring my practice to AGG and work with such a talented team of attorneys. I look forward to aggregating the firm’s existing technology expertise under a single umbrella. The sophistication of the attorneys here at AGG will undoubtedly benefit my clients, and I look forward to adding my expertise to an already impressive bench of technology professionals,” stated Wright.
Lori received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tennessee and a Juris Doctor degree from Vanderbilt University. She is an active member of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) and Women in Technology (WIT).
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