In this webinar, an interdisciplinary team of attorneys from Pierce Atwood will discuss how companies and entrepreneurs can integrate IP, regulatory, and corporate strategies to navigate a path, and possibly gain competitive advantage, in the evolving market for cleantech products.
Many entrepreneurs may not realize that even one misstep in establishing their corporate, IP, or regulatory business plan could wreak havoc on their ability to recognize a profit or ultimately become viable. Hear about best practices related to:
- Developing a strategy for dealing with regulated industries, whether you, your customers, or your customers' customers are regulated.
- Integrating IP and regulatory strategies to maximize your competitive advantage.
- Common missteps that cleantech startups make in the formation and funding of the company.
The three attorneys presenting this webinar will share their experiences working in the cleantech industry, discuss the lessons learned guiding clients through many of the typical steps of emerging and early stage companies, from IP and fundraising to revenue earnings, as well as IPOs and mergers and acquisitions, and provide takeaways for future opportunities.
Date: September 14, 2016
Time: 12-1 PM EDT
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Pierce Atwood presenters:
Andrew Kaplan, Partner, Energy Practice Group
Andrew focuses his practice on providers of energy storage, demand response, ancillary services, and electricity and gas transmission and supply, both in the wholesale and retail markets. With more than 20 years of energy law experience, Andrew acts as a strategic advisor to public and private companies, including start-ups, helping them maximize their financing opportunities and their revenues. He also helps facilitate the approval process for federal, state, and local permits, assuring compliance with state siting and grid interconnection requirements.
Jack Steele, Partner, Business Practice Group
Jack assists clients with the formation, acquisition, financing and operation of companies in the technology, clean tech, internet/media, telecommunications, manufacturing, life sciences, financial services, healthcare, real estate and services industries, with primary expertise in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, securities, private equity and venture capital financings.