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By David Bell
A Comparison of Silicon Valley Public Companies and the Large Public Companies of the S&P 100
By Nicholas Plassaras, Jennifer Lloyd Kelly
The Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act — also known as the CVAA — updated federal communications law in 2010 to provide greater access to certain technologies.
By Kristine M. Di Bacco, Doug Sharp
The following form* is a financing term sheet for convertible notes issued in connection with the seed-stage financing of a startup company.
By Kristine M. Di Bacco, Doug Sharp
The following form* is a convertible note to be used in connection with the seed-stage financing of a startup company. Startups use seed-stage financing to raise operational capital ...
By Michael Dicke
Fenwick securities enforcement co-chair Michael Dicke spoke with The Recorder about the $80 million settlement that Yahoo Inc.—now known as Altaba—reached to settle claims that the company...
By Michael Dicke, Alexis Caloza
Over the past year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has ramped up its scrutiny of cryptocurrencies and other digital token offerings.
By David Bell, Niki Fang
Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law on Sept. 30 that requires publicly held companies headquartered in California to include women directors on their board of directors.
By Eric Ball, Kevin X. McGann, Michael Dicke, Tyler Newby, Hanley Chew, Armen N. Nercessian, Jennifer Lloyd Kelly, Molly Melcher
As the U.S. Supreme Court kicks off its 2018 term this week, it prepares to take up a series of firsts, including questions about the America Invents Act, securities fraud and privacy-related class action litigation.
By Rodger Cole, Tyler Newby, Molly Melcher
In a ruling that increases liability for companies that use text messaging for marketing or communicating with customers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit adopted an expansive definition of what constitutes an automatic telephone dialing system—or ATDS—under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
By Michael Dicke, Alexis Caloza
Over the past year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has ramped up its scrutiny of cryptocurrencies and other digital token offerings
By William Skinner
The application of §1248 and §338(g) in the context of the purchase or sale of a controlled foreign corporation (CFC) has long been one of the most complex areas of the tax code. The recently enacted...
By Jennifer Bush
With the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Trial Practice Guide update released last month, a significant change was made to the substantive filings.
By James Evans, Robert Freedman, Daniel Winnike
Despite significant market volatility at the start of the year, life sciences and technology IPOs around the world came out strong in H1 2018, with no slowdown in sight.
By Nina Srejovic, Charlene Morrow
The Federal Circuit further restricted a petitioner's ability to appeal a decision by the Patent and Trademark Appeal Board upholding the validity of a patent.
By Matthew Cantor, Marshall Mort
Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code denies a tax deduction to a public company for compensation paid to certain individuals—called "covered employees"—to the extent that the compensation paid
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