PRACTICAL ISSUES FACING EARLY-STAGE TECH COMPANIES | RightsCon, San Francisco, CA | March 4, 2014 | Clinical Instructor Dalia Topelson will join attorneys from law firm Foley Hoag at this year’s RightsCon conference in San Francisco for a session on practical issues facing early-stage tech companies. The panel discussion will focus on the legal landscape governing the information that startups process on behalf of their users and will present some of the takeaways from a forthcoming guide to be published by Foley Hoag and the Cyberlaw Clinic. The panelists will also conduct a Q&A session, dispensing practical advice that startups can implement to minimize their legal and reputational risks. RightsCon registration information is available on the event site.
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