Our Technology May-rathon is an annual series of tailored webinars focused on current technology issues, trends, and developments that are of key importance to our friends and clients. Now in its 11th year, our expansive curriculum kicks off in May and continues into June, with additional content coming online throughout the year.
As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches into its second year, we address the unique spectrum of conditions now affecting the technology sector. Our topical tracks examine current issues related to the new US administration, remote work, vaccinations, and more, across our full slate of programming. This year our lawyers will also develop content regarding social justice and diversity issues in tech, trade with China, and environmental concerns. Check back frequently for the latest programming.
Questions? Please contact Dave Fendig.
CLE Credit: Where noted: CLE credit in CA, IL, NY, PA, TX, and VA is pending approval. Credit in CT, FL, and NJ is pending approval (via reciprocity).
Join us as Eric Hwang and Chris Rose provide a summary of significant market trends in M&A in the technology sector, including structuring and diligence considerations and risk identification, mitigation, and integration planning approaches.
Please join partners Louise Skinner and Lee Harding for this timely discussion on the vital importance of workplace culture and values for business success, covering topics such as diversity, equity and inclusion; leadership from the top; role modelling; flexibility in the workplace and more.
The last year has been consequential for one of the most popular and litigious statutes in the United States: the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
Join us as Tony Chan and Amanda Goceljak provide a summary of market trends in M&A in the life sciences sector.
Partners Barbara Melby, Peter Watt-Morse, and Mike Pierides will discuss issues and practical pointers that are especially important for technology, outsourcing, and commercial agreements related to the continuing pandemic and vaccine rollout. This session features an annual review of highlights from the Contract Corner feature on our Tech & Sourcing @ Morgan Lewis blog series.
We invite general counsel, in-house employment counsel, and senior human resources professionals from major technology industry employers to gather (remotely) for our second virtual Technology Industry Employers Roundtable and discuss hot topics and emerging trends, and share best practices for facing challenges unique to industry employers.
Join us every other Wednesday for a 30-minute webinar highlighting major state and local orders that California employers must navigate during this next chapter of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
For companies that develop software, whether for use on internal servers, as part of a cloud-based business model, or for shipping to end users, open-source software offers some compelling advantages, including low cost and wide availability. However, before committing to any open-source software solution (especially in a mission-critical role), a business needs to ask whether the benefits justify the risks.
The program features the most recent developments in Europe on foreign direct investment law. The scope of the existing national FDI regimes has been broadened, frequently more and more also addressing emerging technologies including artificial intelligence, robotics and quantum technology.
Join us for a review of our Corporate Venture Capital Q1 2021 Survey results including an analysis of recent deal trends and terms for the largest corporate venture capital deals closed during the first quarter of 2021.