Starting a business in Silicon Valley, California, the technology center of the world, is a dream and a challenge. And, doing it correctly may make the difference between being successful and losing your investment. On November 17, 2020, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time, Berliner Cohen Partner, Joshua Borger, will join David Saltzman, a partner at the law firm of Squire Patton Boggs, and Roy Caner and Viva Gayer, partners at the law firm Erdinast Ben Nathan Toledano & Co., in Tel Aviv, Israel to deliver a key lecture addressing the legal issues surrounding starting a successful business in Silicon Valley.
This key seminar will address, among other things: (1) what corporate structure your business should have; (2) the basics of litigation in the U.S.; (3) the authority and duties of the board of directors and officers; (4) protecting intellectual property; and (5) employment laws, including discrimination, covenants not to compete, and the rules on soliciting another company’s employees and customers.
This webinar is ideal for businesses established abroad that are looking to establish a location in Silicon Valley. The webinar will be recorded and placed on the firms’ websites for future use. This webinar is co-sponsored by IsraelDesks.
Starting a Business in Silicon Valley
November 17, 2020, 8:00AM - 10:00AM PST