Chloe B. Talbert


Chloe Talbert focuses her practice on complex technology transactions and data issues, advising clients on outsourcing technology services; technology procurement initiatives; strategic technology, data sharing, and licensing transactions; and corporate transactions involving technology companies and assets. She leverages her experience on both customer-side and vendor-side transactions to provide clients comprehensive counsel on developing, implementing, and ultimately maintaining core technology strategies and initiatives tailored to address their unique challenges and support their business objectives.

Chloe has particular knowledge and experience:

  • On the customer side: in guiding clients through large-scale technology procurements, from sourcing strategy and RFP development all the way through vendor selection, negotiation, and implementation; supporting ongoing management of their vendor relationships, including for IT and related services outsourcing and mission-critical technology partnerships; and advising on data matters, including helping clients navigate through strategic data sharing initiatives and regulatory challenges.
  • On the vendor side: in helping clients to build foundational contracting practices, including form agreements and negotiation playbooks, or to refresh existing contracting practices, maximize efficiency, and keep up with industry standards, best practices, and customer expectations; negotiating technology transactions with clients’ own technology vendors to secure deals and relationships that support their business and offer stability, security, and scalability they can confidently pass on to their customers; and guiding clients through development, research, licensing, and other technology transactions to support their innovation initiatives and help them capitalize on opportunities for strategic collaboration.

Chloe works with clients and technologies across a wide range of industries, but she has a particular depth of knowledge and practical experience in advising on data and technology matters in the health care space.

Chloe began her career with Foley as a summer associate in 2018 and she is currently an associate in the firm’s Technology Transactions, Cybersecurity, and Privacy Practice. Before joining Foley, Chloe was a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Benjamin H. Settle in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.

29 October 2021 Press Releases

Foley Advises Hansoh Pharma on Collaboration Agreement with Silence Therapeutics to Develop Novel siRNA Therapeutics

Foley & Lardner LLP served as legal advisor to Shanghai-based research and development company Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group Co, Ltd (“Hansoh Pharma”) in their collaboration with London-based biotechnology company Silence Therapeutics plc, a leader in the discovery, development, and delivery of novel small interfering RNA (siRNA) therapeutics for the treatment of diseases with significant unmet medical need.
29 October 2021 Press Releases

Foley Advises Hansoh Pharma on Licensing and Collaboration Agreement with OliX Pharmaceuticals to Develop and Commercialize siRNA Therapeutics in Greater China

Foley & Lardner LLP served as legal advisor to Shanghai-based research and development company Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group Co, Ltd (“Hansoh Pharma”) in their licensing and collaboration agreement with South Korean RNAi therapeutics company OliX Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“OliX”).
22 July 2021 Blogs

California Breach Regulations Applicable to Health Care Facilities Align “Breach” Definition with HIPAA, Expand Reporting Obligations, and Clarify Penalty Structure

California clinics, health facilities, home health agencies, and licensed hospices required to report breaches to the California Department of Public Health under California’s Health and Safety Code Section 1280.15 are now subject to a new set of regulations.
08 April 2021

The Impact of Google v. Oracle: Google’s Big Win at the Supreme Court May Have Huge Implications For Others Using Java SE and Undergoing Audits by Oracle

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court issued a decision in the long-standing copyright battle between technology titans, Google LLC and Oracle America, Inc.
14 December 2020 Blogs

Proposed Modifications to HIPAA Expands Individual Access Rights and Encourages Further Sharing of PHI for Care Coordination

On December 10, 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to revise the HIPAA Privacy Rule. The proposed revisions to the Privacy Rule seek to amend provisions that create barriers to coordinated care “without sufficiently compensating for, or offsetting, such burdens through privacy protections.”
11 December 2020 Blogs

HIPAA Right of Access Initiative: 2020 Year in Review

In 2020, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) kept the promise it made the prior year to “vigorously enforce” the rights of patients to access and exercise control over their medical records. OCR has settled ten “right of access” investigations since September 2020 alone.