Morningstar Law Group is thrilled to announce the addition of Chris Fulmer to the firm’s technology and business practice.
“Chris is a highly skilled technology attorney, whose years of experience as a software developer brings great value to our clients” said MLG partner Randy Whitmeyer. “Chris can effectively handle sophisticated mergers, financial investments, important commercial licensing transactions, as well as intellectual property, privacy and security matters. With Chris added to our technology law team, we have three Morningstar Law attorneys that combine for over 20 years of real-world software development experience, an unparalleled benefit for assisting with our clients’ technology law issues.”
Prior to joining Morningstar Law, Chris was the Associate General Counsel to Cato Research LLC, a multinational contract research organization, where he managed Cato’s legal needs. At Cato, Chris negotiated hundreds of commercial transactions, helped Cato’s venture arm invest in a variety of early-stage companies, and managed a strategic investment by two large private equity firms.
Chris is an honors Duke Law graduate and earned his undergraduate degree in Applied Math and Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon in 1990. At Duke Law, Chris was the founding Technical Editor of the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy and an Editor of the Duke Law and Technology Review.
For more information about Chris, please visit his profile.