G. Courtland Borle

Courtland Borle practices in the area of Information Technology & E-Commerce and Procurement having worked with a variety of different entities ranging from small single-member startups to several Fortune 10 corporations.

Clients value Courtland’s ability to bring clarity to complicated legal issues and his ability to collaborate with adverse and difficult parties while never losing sight of his client’s primary goals and objectives. “I thoroughly believe that the best-managed process that fails to achieve the goal is not a success,” says Courtland. “I want my clients to know that I will be on their side as an advisor to help manage their critical contract needs from start to finish, while mitigating risk, and achieving those business goals.”

With over 12 years of experience as an attorney, Courtland has worked as a litigator, appellate attorney, and has represented clients in various legal business matters including:

  • Information Technology & E-commerce
  • Procurement
  • HIPAA and GDPR compliance
  • Entity formation
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Contract enforcement and litigation

Courtland is licensed to practice in Minnesota State Courts.


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Experience

  • Negotiated several eight ($10M+) figure information technology agreements.
  • Drafted and negotiated hundreds of technology agreements including SaaS, Services, ASP, Licensing, SOW, and Non-Disclosure agreements.
  • Drafted and negotiated general business contracts including real estate purchase agreements, letters of intent, partnership agreements, leases, etc.  These agreements range in size from zero cost to several million dollars.

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