Washington, DC – May 2, 2017 – The Washingtonian recognized Cooley partner Mike Lincoln as a Tech Titan as part of its biennial list of Washington’s 100 Top Tech Leaders. This is Lincoln’s fifth consecutive time receiving this honor, which is awarded to the most influential people in the Metro DC tech community.
Lincoln, who co-founded Cooley’s first East Coast office, is the firmwide head of Cooley’s business department. His practice focuses on emerging companies, venture capital, M&A and private equity. His recent client work includes the sale of Crowdrise to GoFundMe, Fishbowl’s sale to Symphony Technology Group, Snagajob’s acquisition of PeopleMatter and Optoro’s $30 million Series D financing.
“In a region increasingly dominated by some of the most innovative individuals in the technology space, it is an honor to once again be included on this prestigious list,” Lincoln said. “This is a tribute to the exciting work being done by Cooley in this region and globally on behalf of so many cutting-edge companies that we represent and which are positively changing the world.”
The Washingtonian’s Tech Titans list features leading, Washington-based individuals in the categories of entrepreneurs, industry leaders, media, government, connectors and dealmakers.
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