Zachary Feldman’s practice focuses on technology and outsourcing matters. He advises clients on domestic and international outsourcing service agreements for a variety of business processes, such as information technology, finance and accounting, human resources, and procurement. Within the realm of information technology, Zachary drafts and negotiates agreements for software licensing, hardware purchases and leases, data licensing and subscriptions, website hosting and development, and other technology-related agreements, including system implementation, joint venture, and strategic alliance agreements.
Zachary also works on a range of commercial matters such as supply and distribution agreements, manufacturing agreements, software as a service agreements (SaaS), consulting and service agreements, marketing and advertising agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other documents and agreements in support of sourcing and supply chain operations.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, he was an associate at a national law firm advising emerging businesses on corporate matters with a focus on equity and debt financings and corporate governance. Zachary is a commissioned Notary Public.
During law school, Zachary served as the executive editor of the Cornell International Law Journal and was a teaching assistant in the Land Use, Environment Law and Child Advocacy classes. Zachary spent time as a congressional intern and as a Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Scholar at a Fortune 500 company. His law note was published in Vol. 104 of the Cornell Law Review.
Cornell Law School, 2018, J.D.
Binghamton University, 2014, B.A., Latin, Greek; Western Philosophy, Politics, and Law