Richard Horning (ReedSmith LLP, Palo Alto, CA) will hold public lectures on topics in U.S/Delaware corporate law on May 16
At 12.15 he will talk about U.S/Delaware corporate law from the perspective of IP intensive companies and compare it with solutions in EU law.
At 14.15 he will speak about Term Sheets & VC Financing.
Finally at 16.15, he will about M&A key issues with relation to IP Intensive companies.
Richard Honing has been representing technology companies in Silicon Valley, and globally, since 1970. He works with a wide spectrum of clients, from the classic "garage-based" start-up to Fortune 500 multi-nationals. He specializes in counseling high technology companies in all stages of development on domestic and international issues, including securing, protecting and licensing intellectual property rights, international growth and development, venture capital financing, venture fund formation, supply and distribution relationships including antitrust and unfair competition considerations, and dispute resolution affecting technology driven industries.
The lectures will be part of the course “Legal Steps in IPR Intensive Enterprise Life Cycle“ in the IT Law Programme.
More information: Helen Eenmaa-Dimitrieva, Director of the IT Law Programme, helen.eenmaa [ät] ut.ee