Our breakfast briefing series, designed for in-house lawyers, features analysis of the latest legal developments that impact Silicon Valley technology companies of all sizes.
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This briefing is designed to provide a high-level summary of the legislation known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The briefing will highlight those key takeaways from the enacted legislation that will help in-house lawyers participate in meaningful internal discussions on the effects of repatriation tax (also known as the transition tax), as well as potential implications of key TCJA provisions that affect cross-border transactions.
As blockchain technologies grow from an academic novelty to hubs of commerce, an increasing number of state and federal regulators have taken an interest in participants in this space. Knowing what actions are regulated and by whom—and how to comply with those regulations—is essential to keep a company focused on innovation rather than litigation.
With hundreds of patent and other intellectual property (IP) decisions made in 2017, how do you decide which cases will affect your company’s litigation, patent prosecution, or manufacturing strategy?
Learn more about what is happening right now in the world of crypto. Compliance professionals, investors, and traders will not want to miss this opportunity to network with and ask questions of an interdisciplinary team of transactional, regulatory, enforcement, and tax experts.
This presentation explores the evolving legal landscape for the 3D Printing industry, including in the areas of Constitutional law, product liability law, copyright law, trademark law, and patent law.