We are hosting series of seminars on "How to Startup technology business in silicon valley way"

Venue: "JEW Law Firm" at 5776 Stoneridge Mall Rd. Pleasanton, CA 94588 (Tentative)

Time: August 16 10:00am-12:00am (Tentative), WeChat: "Tech+Biz@TriValley"


Topics:

  1. How to design corporation structure: China vs US, offshore vs onshore, etc...
  2. How to design stock structure: founder stocks vs employee incentive vs investor stocks, etc...
  3. How to protect your intellectual properties:  patents, trademarks, etc...
  4. How to approach Venture Capitals: introduction, negotiation, deal make, etc...
  5. How to exit from startup: get aquired vs go public, etc...

Instructors :

Dr Leon Jew,  TriValley's Best Lawyer, DAHYEE LAW GROUP 

Leon E. Jew, the managing attorney, is an attorney admitted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of International Trade, U.S. Courts of Appeals (3rd, 9th, and Federal Circuit), all U.S. District Courts, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and all state courts in California, New York, Minnesota, and District of Columbia (DC). He is a member of California State Bar, New York State Bar, Minnesota State Bar, DC Bar, and U.S. Patent Bar. Practice areas include: Patent, Copyright, Trademark, IP Licensing, Corporation, Anti-dumping, FDA processing, civil/IP litigation, etc. Professional experiences include: Patent attorney for Glenn Patent Group (Redwood City, CA) primarily taking care of AOL’s patent applications (Oct. 2000 – Apr. 2004); Sr. Paralegal for Werner & Associates (San Francisco, CA) in charge of the business immigrations primarily for 3Com and US Robotics (Jan. 1996 – Jan. 2001).

Dr Alex Nie, Drive BayArea Chinese Lawyer Community,  Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
Biography: Dr. Nie is the current President of Chinese American Lawyers of the Bay Area (CALOBA), a major Chinese lawyers’ association in the US. He was also the Director of the 2013 Annual Conference of Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association (HYSTA), the signature event of Silicon Valley’s most prestigious entrepreneurship organization connecting China and the US. Earlier, Dr. Nie was part of a US delegation to discuss IP enforcement issues with China’s State Council and represented California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), California’s Stem Cell Agency, to negotiate a collaboration agreement with China’s Ministry of Science and Technology. Dr. Nie is also a frequent speaker and writer on China’s IP enforcement issues.
 

Special Thanks To TriValley Realtor Cindy Zhang for Arranging Meetup Venue.
& Attorney Leon Jew for providing legal advice.


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