Reston, Va. – April 30, 2013 – Cooley LLP announced today that Mike Lincoln has been selected to the Washingtonian's "Tech Titans" list. The magazine profiles "the people influencing the next generation of technologies and changing how we interact with the world around us." This is the third year that Lincoln, described by the Washingtonian as the "go-to dealmaker for tech mergers and acquisitions," has made the list.
Lincoln is a partner in Cooley's Venture Capital and Mergers and Acquisitions practice groups and leads the firm's lateral recruiting and strategic growth efforts. In 1999, he co-founded Cooley's Reston office and currently maintains an office there and in New York.
His practice focuses on venture capital, public and private offerings, mergers and acquisitions and the representation of technology and emerging growth companies. In addition, Lincoln represents a number of leading venture capital firms, angel investors and investment banking companies. Lincoln is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Virginia School of Law, where he teaches a course on emerging growth companies and venture capital.
Cooley represents approximately 40 percent of the companies on the 2013 "Tech Titans" list. View the full list here.
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