This session will discuss the impact of technologies on travel-related industries, the Japanese market and future opportunities, and the areas where these industries can be improved in Japan. We will also discuss recent legislative developments related to travel tech in Japan.
This session will introduce the development of patent infringement litigations involving standard essential patents (SEPs) in China, using some important and recent cases as examples. Yufeng (Ethan) Ma, partner in Orrick's Shanghai Office, will be presenting live from Tokyo.
Please join us in this program presented by Doug Meal and Seth Harrington, both partners in Orrick’s Boston office, to learn about insights on hot topics, trends and concerns regarding cyber litigation.
Presented by Claudia Wilson Frost, partner in Orrick's Houston office, this session will introduce you to the fundamentals of litigation funding in cross-border litigation and international arbitration.
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.
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.
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