Now in its 10th year, our annual series of tailored webinars focuses on current technology issues, trends, and developments that are of key importance to our friends and clients.
This year, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic provides unique challenges for the technology sector. We will address these issues across our full slate of programming, as well as in a dedicated COVID-19 track of events.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has acted as an impetus for Hong Kong financial institutions to significantly ramp up the functionality of their online investment and banking platforms, as Hong Kong serves as a hub for financial institutions to service their clients in North Asia.
Join Benjamin David Novak and Evan McGillin for this webinar where we will discuss the various deal structures frequently used in seed financings, as well as the range of market terms for each, to help you gain an edge on seed financing.
Join us during the Morgan Lewis Technology May-rathon as we discuss the current state of telehealth laws and rules in the United States from both a federal and a state perspective, especially as impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Please join us for a rebroadcast of this webinar in our Cyberinsurance Webinar Series. We will discuss ongoing developments and coverage of cyberinsurance with a focus on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Join us for a discussion on the legal regimes, regulatory frameworks, and government-backed initiatives that have enabled the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to become a leading digital economy hub in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Please join Morgan Lewis lawyers Scott Fischer, Andy Ray, Nick Moore, and Steven Lightstone for an overview of the state of today's insurtech environment in the United States, United Kingdom, and European Union.
Artificial Intelligence can affect how an invention is protected, and may even influence how it is implemented. This presentation identifies some of the factors to consider and provides some specific recommendations. The presentation is particularly relevant to inventions that are implemented in software, but some of the issues impact other inventions as well.
The webinar intends to provide an overview of what stablecoins are and the regulatory and tax regimes that apply to stablecoins in the US and the UK, including the latest developments in these areas.
The last few months have seen unprecedented global economic turmoil and social disruption, and despite vigorous stimulus measures, many businesses will face drastic choices as economies inch back toward normalcy following the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
With the advent of the CARES Act, new technologies that could be used in drug development and the creation of novel dosage forms for over-the-counter drugs will open opportunities for creators and developers. Join us for a webinar that will explore options that will allow them to take their creations to market in a potentially faster and simpler way than the New Drug Application process.
The coronavirus outbreak and its effects have provided unprecedented challenges globally to the financial and Fintech sectors. Turbulence is being felt in the start-up environment as well among more established Fintechs and challenger banks. But the Fintech sector and digital economy only continues to grow and various relief programs including the CARES Act are affecting what Fintechs are doing in the short term.
This webinar will provide an overview of The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy’s recent draft bill on the 10th amendment to the German Act against Restraints of Competition, which includes a proposal for the revision of abuse control in Germany.
During this program we will discuss international global privacy issues. Topics include a UK privacy issues and a discussion of Brexit, Chinese data privacy law update and best compliance practice for multinational corporations, recent enforcement practice of the Russian Data Protection Authority (Roskomnadzor), and International Data Transfers after COVID-19 and new EU Strategy for Data.
Mobile employees present unique tax implications for both the employee and the employer. When does a mobile employee trigger a taxable presence in a jurisdiction, and when does the employee’s presence change the tax reporting and liability profile for her employer?
Join us for a webinar covering practical employee benefits and compensation advice for companies operating in the current coronavirus (COVID-19) economy.
The session will provide an overview of the new regulatory framework for payment services in Singapore and its regulatory implication such as licensing requirements, risk mitigating measures and transitional arrangements. We will also touch on data privacy issues in light of the COVID-19 situation and how it will affect FinTech initiatives in Singapore.
Please join us for a lively presentation that will cover copyright authorship, registration and enforcement of works created with AI. We will review a number of AI content examples and analyze which may be copyrightable and by whom.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic provides unique challenges to supply chain issues and the changing landscape of national security.
What do US technology companies need to know and do to ensure compliance with US export controls and patent laws?