Posted on August 9, 2016 in TechLaw
From storage devices, semiconductors, and personal computers to software, artificial intelligence and robotics, Dan Cooperman has witnessed nearly four decades of innovation in Silicon Valley. First as a corporate lawyer in private practice and then as a general counsel working alongside some of the most iconic names in tech, including Larry Ellison at Oracle and Steve Jobs at Apple, Cooperman wasn’t just in the Valley when big change happened, he was in the room.
Posted on July 25, 2016 in Garage2Global, General news, TechLaw
The 2016 Global Technology Summit will bring together a dynamic group of speakers and panelists who will cover some of the most pressing issues facing the emerging-tech community today. Among them will be the progression of innovation in healthcare and how new technologies are being deployed to improve patient care.
Earlier this year, several leading healthcare professionals and investors, including Tom Rodgers and Sanjay Shah, who will be joining us at Garage2Global, discussed the unique set of challenges they face. Check out a summary of that discussion here.
Posted on July 20, 2016 in Garage2Global, General news, TechLaw
The pace of innovation and adoption in technology – fast and getting faster – has long presented a stark contrast to the deliberate pace of change in the law. That contrast is greater than ever today, as entrepreneurs and established tech companies alike accelerate the time to market and the speed of global expansion. With that as a backdrop, DLA Piper’s Global Technology Summit, scheduled for September 27-28, 2016, at the Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park, California, is expecting record attendance, and representatives from major tech players such as Cisco, DocuSign and LinkedIn have all signed on as speakers.
Victoria Lee, global co-chair of DLA Piper’s Technology sector, recently spoke about the genesis of the summit.