FROM THE GROUND UP: CORPORATE AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY BASICS, PART ONE OF A SERIES PRESENTED BY GREENBERG TRAURIG | Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, Room WCC 2009 | October 20, 2015 | Entrepreneurs and lawyers working with start-ups face unique challenges in launching, building and managing their business. Join Greenberg Traurig’s Emerging Technology Group for a two-part seminar covering key legal issues for entrepreneurs and lawyers, including IP, corporate, labor and employment and immigration. This lunch session will cover: choosing of the type of legal business entity; what it takes to attract venture and angel funding; and developing, protecting and monetizing your IP assets. Panelists include: Daniel J. Blanchard, Corporate Group; Todd Basile, Intellectual Property & Technology Group; James M. McAleenan, Intellectual Property & Technology Group. Non-pizza lunch will be served. The Clinic is pleased to present this event in association with Greenberg Traurig and the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship project.
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