Entries tagged “Jurisdiction”
- UTCAt the 2018 American IP Law Association (AIPLA) Mid-Winter Institute Conference in Palm Springs, Rimon Partner Letao Qin moderated the panel discussion “From Drones to Rockets to Driverless Cars – IP is in the Air.” The panel consisted of Theodore “Ted” Ro from NASA, Melissa Coombes, Patent Attorney from Lee & Hayes
Insight Michael Moradzadeh · August 19, 2009
This can be a very complex question. If you are looking to grow the company and get outside investment, then you should probably form an entity in Delaware. If your entity will have real estate holdings Nevada might also be a good option. Otherwise, it might make the most sense to simply form the entity in the state where you will be conducting most of your business.