Mr. Landrum’s corporate practice emphasizes business transactions, including entity formation, buy-sell agreements, and financing transactions (venture, private and debt), as well as day-to-day legal representation. Mr. Landrum frequently serves clients as counsel in acquisition and merger transactions, including purchases and sales, asset and stock acquisitions, mergers and joint ventures, and also in technology transactions, such as development agreements (website, software development), manufacturing agreements (OEM, VAR), and technology oriented purchase and sale agreements.
Contracts and licensing are also primary practice areas, including hardware and software licensing agreements, non-disclosure agreements, distribution agreements (such as dealer, distributor and manufacturer representative agreements), and licensor/agent/licensee representation.
Mr. Landrum also has more than 20 years of experience representing art-based clients, including painters, photographers sculptors, song writers, authors, and art publishers and art agents in areas of general representation, publishing, distribution, licensing, copyright, and trademark. Speaking annually at the world’s largest fine art trade show, Mr. Landrum is a recognized expert in the field of art law, and he has served as an expert witness in the area of art licensing.
While serving as General Counsel for a NYSE company, Mr. Landrum developed creative, business oriented solutions for an industry leader with thousands of dealers in its network. As a founder and former CEO of ALCiS Health, Inc., a health products company, he has first-hand experience in developing a business from inception, including organizational matters, technology licensing, manufacturing agreements, fundraising, and merger transactions. As a former litigator, he has experience in dealing with the landmines, as well as avoiding them in the first place.