Spencer Guld assists clients with the establishment, protection, commercialization, and defense of their intellectual property rights. In particular, Spencer drafts and negotiates IP and technology-related transactions in a wide array of industries, including life sciences, health care, and software/information technology. He also frequently advises and assists Fortune 500, midsize, and small companies on the drafting and negotiating of a variety of commercial agreements, including sourcing and procurement, human resources, consulting, information technology, manufacturing, purchase, supply, distribution, and employment arrangements.
Prior to joining Parker Poe, Spencer worked for a law firm in Richmond, Virginia, in which he represented multinational corporations, financial service providers, and others in the areas of investment and financial disputes, employment and labor law, and commercial litigation.
At the University of Richmond School of Law, he served as the mentorship chair for the Virginia Bar Association’s Law School Council and as chancellor of the exchequer for the McNeill Honor Society, an honorary academic society reserved for law students ranked in the top 10 percent of their class. He also served as a judicial intern for the presiding judge of the 27th Judicial Circuit of Virginia, the Honorable Josiah T. Showalter Jr.