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Privacy and network security measures continue to play an increasingly prominent role in decisions about potential strategic investments and acquisitions. Examining a target’s data inventory, data collection practices, privacy policies, cyber-insurance policies, compliance with privacy laws and data security standards and identifying security vulnerabilities are essential to valuing a deal.
This webinar will offer participants an interactive conversation with Karen Bromberg, IP Partner and Privacy Specialist and Kwaku Andoh, currently a Corporate partner specializing in M&A transactions and former Managing Director & Associate General Counsel at JP Morgan Chase. Together, they will provide guidance to deal attorneys for conducting data privacy and cybersecurity due diligence in M&A transactions and discuss best practices for identifying data protection vulnerabilities, drafting data and cybersecurity related risk provisions in M&A agreements and offer strategies for using the results of due diligence to negotiate deal value, manage deal risk and plan for post-acquisition data integration.
This presentation will start by covering existing Data Protection regimes throughout Europe as well as the upcoming General Data Protection Act (GDPA) from the European Union and the status of the Security Shield regime for Companies sharing data from/to the US.
Changes to Regulation D and exempt offerings are being felt throughout the financial industry as companies race forward with creative new models of financing. Enthusiasm for the Reg A+ and federal crowdfunding regulations has brought with it not only new and diverse ways for raising capital...
Licensing university technologies to academic start-ups is a tricky business, often involving a whole range of considerations not encountered with typical corporate licensees. Equity is often taken in lieu of royalties and up-fronts, hoping to allow the fledgling company some breathing room to use its cash for growth and development.