Sandra Carr - Law Offices of Sandra T. Carr, P.C.



Sandra Carr
Law Offices of Sandra T. Carr, P.C.
3115 Kittrell Court
Boulder, CO 80305

303-499-0276

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Sandra Carr
Law Offices of Sandra T. Carr, P.C.

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303-499-0276


Law Offices of Sandra T. Carr, P.C. Sandra T. Carr, President email: [email protected] www.stcarrpc.com 3115 Kittrell Court Boulder, CO 80305 Tel: (303) 499-0276 Fax: (303) 499-9061 Cell: (303) 931-4347 • 25 YEARS AS A LAWYER, BOTH AS IN-HOUSE AND OUTSIDE COUNSEL • FORMER ASSISTANT GENERAL COUNSEL FOR A MULTIBILLION DOLLAR GLOBAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STORAGE COMPANY (STORAGETEK) • CORPORATE COUNSEL FOR $15B MULTINATIONAL OUTSOURCING COMPANY (FLEXTRONICS INT’L.) • FORMER PARTNER WITH HOLME ROBERTS & OWEN LLP, DENVER, COLORADO • JURIS DOCTOR FROM THE UNIVERITY OF COLORADO, 1982 • MBA (WITH FINANCE EMPHASIS) FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, 1981 (STORAGETEK MBA SCHOLARSHIP) • SPECIALIZING IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, OUTSOURCING, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, CONSULTING, PRODUCT/SOFTWARE AND SERVICES SALES AND LICENSING; INTERNATIONAL/CROSS BORDER TRANSACTIONS, PARTNERING AND DISTRIBUTION, INTERNATIONAL, FINANCIAL AND REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Practice Focus: Sales/Distribution • product and services joint venture and alliance transactions • hardware and software distribution channel (reseller, agent, distributor, OEM, teaming, integration, etc.) and cooperative and joint marketing and other product/services distribution relationships • indirect and direct end user software licenses, hardware and services purchase, lease and escrow agreements - US and international • web agreements for e-commerce transactions • multinational agreements, with local law specialization Services • outsourced in-house counsel • break-fix (repair), logistics and reverse logistics transactions • professional and consulting services • human resources, company policy statements and training programs Intellectual Property • software, technology, patent and other intellectual property licensing; buy/sell and development agreements • source code licensing arrangements, including escrow agreements • technology joint venture and alliance transactions • confidentiality agreements, employee technical assistance and proprietary information agreements; noncompete agreements Sourcing/Procurement/Outsourcing • commodity, systems and services procurement transactions • design and manufacturing services transactions • inventory financing agreements • ODM services transactions • outsourcing and offshoring arrangements for HR, IT, design, manufacturing, customer services, marketing, childcare, marketing, sales and other typical in-house transactions International • localizing US-based agreements in foreign jurisdictions • distribution, buy-sell, licensing, web-based agreements • establishing manufacturing facilities • creation of entities • buy-sell real property, including ongoing businesses • employment issues with non-US employees • buying and selling companies, including employee transfer issues • competition issues in non-US jurisdictions Government and Public Agency Transactions • documentation, including joint venture agreements, to obtain Federal government grants for new technology research and development (e.g., Advanced Technology Program of the National Institute of Science and Technology) • technology cooperation agreements with major domestic an d foreign universities • negotiations and documentation with State, Regional and Municipal departments in foreign jurisdictions for tax credits and other financial incentives to establish manufacturing, employment and training facilities Real Estate • buy-sell agreements, sale-leaseback arrangements, commercial leasing, real estate development and joint venture relationships Finance • loan documentation, lease-financing, inventor y financing, factoring and complex revolving credit facilities M&A/Corporate Governance • asset acquisitions and dispositions of company assets as well as domestic and foreign companies • creation of domestic and foreign related entities, including LLCs, corporations, SAs and partnerships • cross-border transactions impacted by complex tax and accounting issues HR Activities • contracting with executives • employment and severance agreements, noncompete agreements • bonus and other compensation plans • transactions involving establishment of childcare and other benefits