In this quick overview for in-house counsel, learn about the basics of blockchain and what key legal and practical aspects in-house counsel should consider: What blockchain is, why it is important, what industries will be impacted, which companies are leaders, what role the legal department can play, and what questions in-house counsel can ask to mitigate risks and help guide business decisions regarding blockchain with a global perspective.
In the current climate with Russia invading Ukraine, U.S. and international policymakers enacted numerous sanctions that raise many questions. Knowing the typical course of these sanctions in past scenarios helps to triage new risk assessment and update internal controls. This is a “Top Ten” list of considerations.
As in-house counsel, you will most likely be dealing with technology licensing agreements. Here are some key tips based on “FAQs – What Every Lawyer Should Know About Technology Licensing Agreements” - a webcast hosted by the Association of Corporate Counsel’s New to In-house Network, sponsored by Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP.
This resource was prepared based on the presentation titled “2022 Employment Law Update- The Wild Ride Continues” which was presented to the ACC New to In-house Network on January 19, 2022 by Ruth Rauls, Partner, Labor & Employment Group, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, LLP, Courtney Dutter, VP, Legal & Compliance and Deputy General Counsel, iCIMS, Julie Weber, Senior Legal Counsel, Employment Law, Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
The following outline is created to serve as an initial checklist for the customer in such an acquisition. The checklist is not intended to, and cannot, be comprehensive with respect to all information technology acquisitions, but rather is an attempt to assist the customer at the outset of a proposed acquisition on issues of general application.
In this checklist, in-house counsel and litigators can figure out where, when and how to consider the use of force majeure in their practice during the global pandemic.