Entries tagged “Entrepreneur”
Insight Dror Futter · November 16, 2017
Nov 8, 2017 6:30PM - 8:45PM ESTVenture Capital and Technology Attorney, Dror Futter, will be speaking about Term Sheets — what they are, common and different aspects, their use and limitations, and things to consider. Agenda: 6:30 PM cold supper and networking 7:00 PM Dror's remarks 7:30-8:00 PM Q&A 8-8:45 PM networking Join us on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at
Insight Dror Futter · August 04, 2017
Jun 7, 2017 10:45AM - 12:00PM ESTVenture Capital and Technology Attorney, Dror Futter, will be a panelist at this PLI Seminar. The panel will go over the negotiation of a mock term sheet for a Series A investment based on the forms of the National Venture Capital Association, discuss how practice varies by region and provide insights into current market terms and ranges. Dror
Trade Secrets and How They Can Plunge Tech Companies Into Expensive Litigation. Mr. Futter for Raconteur
Insight Dror Futter · May 10, 2017
Jul 13, 2015Two Rimon Partners will be presenting at the upcoming Legaltech West Coast conference, to take place on July 13-14, 2015 in San Francisco, CA. LegalTech is a premier legal technology conference hosted by ALM Media. John Isaza, FAI, will participate in a panel titled "The New Big Bang: 21st Century Information Governance Challenges". The panel features
News July 02, 2015
Continuing to expand and strengthen its international corporate presence, Rimon Law has added Chris Terry, a corporate transactional attorney with almost two decades of experience serving as a trusted advisor to multinationals, start-ups and venture funds, as a Partner in the firm’s San Francisco office.
- UTCJoin Rimon's Paul Economon on Tuesday September 23, 2014 as he shares his insight on the protection of intellectual property in the early stages of an entreprenureal venture. AccelerateDC is kicking off a Boost Your Startup speaker series this month with a panel discussion on how to protect every entrepreneurs’
Insight May 08, 2012
Patents are back in the news. In the past few weeks alone, Microsoft bought AOL’s patent portfolio for $1 billion, then resold much of it to Facebook for $550 million. Twitter pledged to use its patents only defensively, and to give its employee-inventors a say in the company’s future patent litigation strategy. Controversial trials, appeals, rulings, and awards continue—prompting the Wall Street Journal to publish Andy Kessler’s call for curtailing the rights of non-practicing entities (NPEs), also known affectionately as “trolls.”
Insight June 29, 2011
In recent years, the secondary market for stocks – a platform through which investors can buy and trade shares of private companies – has grown exponentially in size and use. This year, transactions on the online platforms of SharesPost and SecondMarket alone have totaled over $ 4.6 billion, and are projected to exceed $ 6.9 billion next year. This does not include the much larger volume of trading by traditional broker-dealers and financial advisers, or other online platforms.