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).
In this Automotive Hour, intellectual property partners Rachelle Dubow, Josh Dalton, and Nick Bolter will discuss copyright, design, and trademark issues impacting automotive businesses in the United States, Europe, and China, including the protection of product designs and logos with copyright, challenges in enforcing automotive trademarks, the European design regime, and recent examples of copycat vehicles in China.
SPACs have become the preferred route for companies to enter the public markets in 2020. Our panelists will discuss some of the most important legal issues for companies considering going public through a SPAC and for SPACs seeking an acquisition target.
Join Aset Shyngyssov and Klara Nurgaziyeva for an overview of the tech, fintech, and other innovations and opportunities in Kazakhstan via the Astana International Finance Center (AIFC).
Please join partners Wai Ming Yap and Joel Seow for an up-to-the-minute overview of Singapore as a global fintech hub.
Join Benjamin David Novak and Jessie J. Li for this webinar where we will discuss the various deal structures frequently used in digital health company seed financings, as well as the range of market terms for each.
Please join us for the next installment of our What We’re Seeing webinar series, featuring updates on hot topics and trends designed for individuals operating in the employee benefits space.
Join Giovanna M. Cinelli and K Lesli Ligorner, international trade and sanctions practitioners based in the United States and China, respectively, to discuss the impact of the Blocking Statute and Anti-Sanctions Law in light of the current and last administration’s actions around sanctions, the Entity List, military uses, and Xinjiang and Hong Kong.
In this episode, our moderators will host subject matter experts in government procurement, partner Sheila Armstrong, and privacy and cybersecurity, partner Mark Krotoski, for an interactive discussion on hot topics and practical advice for how organizations can protect themselves against procurement fraud and data privacy risks.
Please join Hong Kong partners Maurice Hoo and Charles Mo for a discussion of the current challenges and best practices for tech (and other) companies with operations in Hong Kong.
June 2021 marks one year since the Japan Ministry of Finance’s amended Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act (FEFTA) went into effect, modifying Japan’s treatment of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Japanese companies. What have we learned in the 12 months since, and what have the practical implications been on FDI in Japanese tech companies? What trends, if any, have emerged?