Over the past few years, the U.S. has significantly loosened restrictions on transactions in Cuba, Iran, and Sudan. The changes in sanctions regulations have opened new opportunities for U.S. companies in these countries, but significant risks remain. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the recent developments in U.S. sanctions. Among other things,
Rimon Partner James C. Chapman will moderate this round table with the topic "Reputation Management in a World of Social Media Madness."
Social media platforms are the most widespread and instantaneous form of global communication and information sharing used by consumers and businesses. Thus, protecting and managing a company's online
Rimon Partner, John Isaza, will be a speaker at Legalweek West 2017 for the educational track: Information Governance Challenges and Solutions.
Legalweek is the only legal event to bring together various legal teams to explore the practical solutions needed to drive your technology, talent and business objectives forward. This event will offer five
Venture Capital and Technology Attorney, Dror Futter, will be a panelist at this PLI Seminar. The panel will go over the negotiation of a mock term sheet for a Series A investment based on the forms of the National Venture Capital Association, discuss how practice varies by region and provide insights into current market terms and ranges. Dror
In today’s complex business and regulatory environment, a company's Code of Conduct not only outlines its core values, describes standards for behavior and avoids conflicts of interest, but also ensures compliance with both the letter and the spirit of all laws, rules, regulations, and the company's policies,
Mr. Rosenbaum was the lead-off, keynote speaker at the International Missing Children’s Day conference for Missing Children and Genetic Identity held in Lisbon on May 25. This yearly conference targets the issue of missing children and human trafficking. Mr. Rosenbaum's presentation, titled “Missing Children – Missing
Information, Records and Content Governance is a critical component of doing business in the 21st century. Opportunities abound for organizations to leverage Big Data for profit. The incentives for companies to share information—internally and with customers, vendors and other outside partners—have risen dramatically. Leading companies are
Dror Futter will be addressing the Stevens Venture Center of the Stevens Institute of Technology where he is an Entrepreneur in Residence on May 17. His topic will be “Dividing Founders' Equity and Understanding Venture Compensation.”
This speech is part of the New Jersey Technology Council’s Jersey Innovation Week
KEY ISSUES THIS SESSION WILL ADDRESS
The Federal Rules of Evidence and state equivalents, case law, and a plethora of federal and state statutes and regulations that apply to paper records and their digital images.
The few and ever-decreasing exceptions of records that must still be retained in so-called “wet signature” format. A retired
KEY ISSUES THIS SESSION WILL ADDRESS
1) What federal laws should be considered prior to disposition?
2) What state laws and case law should be considered prior to disposition?
3) What key questions must be answered to arrive at a defensible disposition process?
4) What strategy should be implemented to satisfy legal hold concerns?
Navigating Through the Digital Turbulence is a seminar focused on the legal challenges that arise as internet-based operation and communication build up a “Digital Haystack,” including keeping up to date with technological innovations, understanding diverse collaborative tools such as blogs and wikis, and of course instant
Partner Dror Futter will be a panelist on an ABA webinar discussing the different issues that arise when start-up companies become suppliers to larger, more established companies, and how to improve the likelihood of success for those relationships.
This presentation will address ways in which established companies can mitigate risks when