Tag Archives: technology

Being Deal Ready—Preparing Your Tech Startup for Merger, Acquisition or Investment

Shareholder Michelle Hallsten will be participating in an upcoming workshop on Oct. 18 at the University of the Pacific Sacramento Campus to help companies get ready to merge, acquire, or invest in another company. It’s never too early to get your house in order to optimize future deal value and outcomes for your tech startup. … Continue Reading

James DeCarlo to Present on Patent Eligibility Determination in a Post-Alice World

On Thursday, June 29, Greenberg Traurig’s James DeCarlo will present “Patent Eligibility Determination in a Post-Alice World: Significant Updates & Developments” on a webinar hosted by The Knowledge Group.  The panel will discuss the important issues with respect to Patent Eligibility Determination in a Post-Alice landscape. Speakers will also present and analyze the recent trends … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig’s Emerging Technology Group to Present at the 2017 Angel Capital Association Summit

Greenberg Traurig’s Emerging Technology Practice will present on four separate sessions at this year’s Angel Capital Association (ACA) Summit in San Francisco (April 26-28 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel). The sessions include: After the Check: Tactics to Boost Your Returns (April 27, 9:45-10:30 a.m.) James J. DeCarlo, a shareholder in the Intellectual Property … Continue Reading

Hatching New Ideas, from Tech Transfer to Incubation

Colleges and universities are under increasing pressure to be more entrepreneurial and improve their impact on economic growth, job creation, and competitiveness. Additionally, higher education institutions face greater recruiting challenges, with many colleges and universities vying for the same quality professors, faculty and students from around the world. The way schools have addressed these issues … Continue Reading

U.S. Market Entry Top 10

Over the last few months I have had the chance to speak to entrepreneurs from Brazil, China, Estonia, France, Germany, Guatemala, Israel, Norway, Singapore and Ukraine seeking to operate and solicit investment here in the U.S.  As an attorney, I’m expected to focus on best legal practices.  They’re indeed important, but perhaps not worth quite so much … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig partners with leading internet conference NOAH in Berlin and London

Greenberg Traurig sponsors the leading internet conference NOAH 2016. In June, over 3,000 attendees including entrepreneurs, investors, corporate executives, networkers and journalists met in Berlin to discuss disruptive trends across industries. Among the speakers was Rudolph W. Giuliani, who delivered a keynote on cybersecurity together with Bill Morrow, CEO of Quarri Technologies. The conference was … Continue Reading

Cloud Migration Demystified

Migration is already underway, but some of the world’s largest organizations are still reluctant. They handle proprietary data and a staggering volume of transactions.  They want to marshal information and deliver nuanced results.  But a lack of appreciation for the Cloud’s promise, together with questions surrounding security and cost, make many CTOs and COOs cling … Continue Reading

Food for thought: Florida, Israel can lead the way in agtech

By 2050, the global population is expected to increase to 9 billion people — a dramatic increase of more than 35 percent. Given scarce natural resources and the uncertainties of climate change, feeding that growing population means food production will need to increase by 70 percent, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization. Florida, where … Continue Reading

Incubator or Accelerator Program: Which Is Right for Your Business?

The past few years have seen an uptick in new accelerator and incubator programs that are focused on helping startups launch and grow. Participating in one of these programs can be advantageous for an emerging business looking for expert insight, seed money, venture capital, or market exposure. But not all are created equal. While most … Continue Reading

Could Star Trek’s Replicator Become a Reality with 3D Printing Technology?

The TV franchise Star Trek featured some amazing technological advancements that have continued to intrigue us for many years. For example, the “replicator” was a device that was able to instantly produce nearly any object, food or medicine on demand. Imagine how such a technology could change the way we live, the food we eat, and … Continue Reading

GCs Dust Off Resumes for Corner Office

Not often viewed as being on the short list for promotion, or perhaps already considered to have arrived at the top of their game, chief legal officers are unexpected candidates for the position of CEO in technology and other companies. Overarching responsibilities and involvement in critical matters afford them a thorough understanding of the business and … Continue Reading

SEC Permits Companies to Sell Securities Through Crowdfunding

The SEC has adopted new rules which would permit companies to offer and sell securities through online crowdfunding. Crowdfunding is a method of raising capital by monetary contributions from a large number of people, usually through the Internet. The new rules will allow small businesses and entrepreneurs to more easily raise capital, and will permit average citizens … Continue Reading
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