Stephanie Sharron is partner in MoFo’s Palo Alto office and a member of the Technology Transactions Group. She counsels companies in connection with technology and intellectual property transactions and related privacy, data security, and Internet safety issues.
She is one of many Bold, Brilliant, and Accomplished women lawyers at MoFo:
What do you like best about your work?
Our clients. Building lasting relationships is what is most gratifying to me.
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
I love to spend time in nature and am committed to working with organizations that focus on human rights and social justice issues. I also enjoy attending cultural events of all kinds with family and friends. My most valued time, however, is that spent with my husband, Jeff, and my two children, Chloe (16), who is just completing her sophomore year of high school, and my son, Ethan (19), who just finished his sophomore year in Computer Engineering at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
How do you see your practice changing in the next few years?
I see lots of potential growth opportunity at the intersection of technology and data. Whether that is tied to FinTech, connected products, health tech, “big data,” personalized consumer retail programs, or new applications yet to be discovered, companies are looking to leverage the information generated through their products and services.
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