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.
For upcoming events, CLE credit in CA, CT, FL, IL, NJ, NY, PA, TX, and VA is currently pending approval. CLE credit in CT, FL, and NJ is via reciprocity.
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The presentation will provide an overview of the legal landscape regarding contests, sweepstakes, and giving away free goods and services.
Join us for a discussion on the issues patent prosecutors and litigators face in the blockchain technology space.
California has adopted a new law mandating that every publicly-traded company headquartered in the state have at least one woman on its board of directors.
On August 13, 2018, the president signed the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA) into law, ushering in a new era for analyzing whether and how cross-border investments impact US national security interests.
A variety of antitrust issues confront technology companies including recent enforcement actions and areas of focus, premerger notification questions, and emerging big data issues.
Bitcoin was only the beginning for blockchain! New technologies are rapidly emerging in the crypto space and they will bring with them new legal challenges.
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.