Ana Razmazma focuses her practice on counseling clients on intellectual property matters with a focus on technology transactions, including technology and software licensing, intellectual property issues in mergers, acquisitions, asset purchases and venture capital and strategic investments.
Ana was the recipient of the firm’s Pro Bono Client Services Award for 2011, awarded for her work with Cisco on the Citizens Schools Apprenticeship Program, which brings relevant learning experiences to middle-school students in lower-income neighborhoods.
While attending law school, Ana was an Articles Editor for the Hastings Law Journal. Ana served as a legal research intern in the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission in Washington D.C. She also served as a law clerk in the Securities Fraud division of the Department of Justice in San Francisco.
Prior to attending law school, Ana was an auditor for Ernst & Young LLP. She holds a CPA license (inactive) in California.