Webinar | October.01.2020 | 8:30am - 1:30pm (Pacific Daylight Time)Online Webinar
PYP is a virtual D&I skills training and mentorship platform that matches diverse attorneys -- women, minority, the disabled & LGBQT+, from law firms to decision-making in-house counsel at global brands. The October series launches with a Covid19 driven RFP scenario and then culminates in a live, one-hour pitch before two (2) assigned “buyer” panels of general and senior in-house counsels. The scenario touches across M&A, litigation, commercial real estate, and IP law matters.
CLE Credits Available: N
Lillian Mao's practice focuses on patent and trade secret litigation involving complex technologies. She has helped clients obtain favorable results at all stages of litigation, including a clean sweep jury verdict for MobileIron in the company's first patent trial.
Lillian has worked on matters for companies including Oracle, Sandisk, MiTAC, Toshiba, and NVIDIA, covering technologies such as flash memory, GPS, LEDs, image and video compression, and enterprise mobility management. She has practiced in California state court, in multiple federal district courts, before the International Trade Commission, and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
Elizabeth Zane, a senior associate in the Washington, D.C., office, is a member of the International Trade & Compliance Group. She regularly advises clients on Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and regulations administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Elizabeth's experience includes work on internal investigations, voluntary disclosures, commodity jurisdiction requests and developing and implementing compliance programs. She also advises clients on government contracting matters.
David Smith, a Senior Associate in Orrick's Washington office, focuses his practice on employment litigation and counseling.
David has significant experience representing technology companies, financial institutions, government contractors, and other employers in a broad range of employment disputes, including discrimination, harassment, misappropriation of trade secrets, restrictive covenants, wrongful termination, and breach of contract claims. He has defended class and collective actions under state and federal laws, including claims involving pay equity, Title VII, and wage-and-hour law.
David also regularly advises clients on a variety of employment-related issues, including human resource policies and procedures, restrictive covenants, misappropriation of trade secrets, separation agreements, employee hiring and termination, internal investigations, leave laws, and reasonable accommodations.
During law school, David participated in the University of Virginia School of Law's Employment Law Clinic. Prior to law school, David worked as a litigation paralegal for two law firms in Washington, D.C.
San Francisco; Los Angeles
San Francisco; Los Angeles
Jasmine advises institutional investors, investment funds, fund sponsors and developers in all phases of real property investment, development, secured financing, acquisitions and dispositions of real estate portfolios, hospitality, construction and other corporate real estate activities.
In particular, she is experienced with negotiating and drafting documentation unique to the hotel industry, including management and franchise agreements, construction and development agreements, and mezzanine loan agreements.