In 1980, Cooley Godward was one of the first San Francisco firms to open an office in Silicon Valley four years before Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg was born. Ever since, the firm now called Cooley has ridden the booms and busts of the technology industry, and intellectual property has been key to its growth.
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