Grable Martin Fulton PLLC is a full-service, virtual, cloud-based law firm with 25 attorneys in Dallas and Austin.
We provide legal services to infrastructure companies and everyone else we like and who pays our bills (and clears our conflict checks). Our attorneys have expertise in technology law including web hosting, DMCAs, and all of the “aaS” or “as a service” areas. Additional areas of expertise include intellectual property (patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, software licensing); immigration; labor & employment; litigation; privacy and security (including providing security and GDPR compliance assessments); all areas of corporate law, including M&A; international law; compliance; food & beverage; commercial real estate, and probably some other areas I’m not remembering.
Through our virtual model, we are able to provide full-service law firm expertise and breadth of experience at highly competitive rates. With us, you do not get what you pay for – you get more. CFOs love us!
Nearly all of our attorneys have practiced with the big law firms and/or have high-level in-house counsel experience, including as General Counsels. The attorneys who work on company matters are extremely experienced. Most of us have been in practice for 20 years or more (ok, we are old…there).
I was on the founding board of the i2Coalition when I was General Counsel for SoftLayer Technologies, and wanted to return to the organization.
Grable Martin Fulton is especially interested in joining the Gender Diversity & Equality Working Group. We can all agree that our infrastructure community is not the most diverse, and it’s important to recognize that and figure out how we can improve, if only to become more profitable: Study after study shows that companies with women on their boards and management teams are more profitable. The same argument applies to diversity in general (not just with respect to gender). A broader array of perspectives results in better products and services that appeal to an increasingly diverse customer base.
Additionally, Grable Martin Fulton will be working with the Policy Working Group to continue the i2Coalition’s work for a free and open internet, one in which all companies have the opportunity to compete fairly.
We’re happy to be members of the i2Coalition as the standard bearers in the infrastructure community.