Join us for a panel discussion on the current trends and forecasts of tech M&A and venture capital deals featuring Richard Smith, partner in Orrick’s San Francisco office and Joseph Perkins, partner in the Silicon Valley office, with Orrick Tokyo partner Hiroki Sugita as moderator.
Corporate venture capital (CVC) is becoming a lucrative way for corporations to gain footholds in new markets and generate insight in up-and-coming technologies. Structuring the investment terms of these ventures is perhaps one of the most important considerations.
Join partner and global head of Orrick’s Oil & Gas Practice James Atkin and partner Charles Kaplan as they participate in panels hosted by C5 Group Inc. at its annual Gas & LNG Supply Contracts Forum at the Maritim Hotel in Berlin, Germany.
This seminar, presented by Richard Smith, a leading US M&A expert for over three decades and partner in Orrick’s Silicon Valley Office, will provide an overview of representations and warranties insurance, its benefits, the scope of coverage and exclusions, and other key issues as well the impact ...
In this session, we would like to welcome our guest speakers Ben Spitz and Rei Tanaka, who head the legal and compliance teams of our client Liquid Group (Quoine), to get their insights about regulatory developments and market trends.
Alex Chachkes, partner in Orrick's New York office and member of the Intellectual Property Group, will join by video and discuss the recent major patent law decisions from the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court, and how they have affected the way U.S. patents are litigated in the federal courts ...
Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and cellular technologies that form the communications infrastructure of connected devices are not only transforming business activities and individual lifestyles, but raising critical legal issues.
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