FinTech startups are increasingly interested in partnering with banks to expand lending in online marketplaces.
On August 24, Goodwin partner Bill Growney joined Scott Orn on his Founders and Friends podcast to discuss Growney’s move to Goodwin last October and to provide guidance on fundamental legal issues startups and founders should be aware of.
Goodwin partnered with IBM and Lowekey, a digital technology firm, to launch the inaugural Lowekey Labs, a week-long camp designed to teach high school students mobile technology and entrepreneurship skills.
The Flash remembers the days when Kobe Bryant would get a hot hand and drop a cool 30 or 40 points on a helpless NBA foe. Having retired this year from the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe has announced his next gig: being a venture capitalist.
We recently sat down with Ian Engstrand, a partner in Goodwin’s Technology Companies and M&A/Corporate Governance Practices to discuss the elements that make up an ideal M&A deal.
Businesses that sell products or services to consumers on the Internet now have more to worry about online than comments posted by disgruntled customers. In recent months, several consumer class action complaints have pointed to language posted by such businesses themselves as violations of New Jersey consumers’ rights.
Binge watching is nothing new, but instead of Netflix or the latest HBO series, consumers are glued to their TVs watching the 2016 Olympics in Rio. While the super human strength it takes to swim 1,500 meters may not apply to starting your own business, there are plenty of lessons to be learned from watching the athletes compete.
A recent study from Pitchbook explores whether or not accessibility to venture capital varies across different parts of the U.S. For young entrepreneurs, figuring out where to settle down often involves researching the best place to launch a startup – and access to funding plays a large part in this decision.
Recently, Dave Cappillo, a partner in Goodwin’s Corporate and Technology Companies Groups and Founders Workbench contributor, moderated a lively audience Q&A at Techstars with TJ Parker and Elliot Cohen, co-founders of the pharmaceutical delivery startup, PillPack. Below are excerpts from the conversation.
The Flash knows that protecting intellectual property (IP) is often a top priority for founders. Patents are central to tech companies’ IP protection plans, but the number of patent applications submitted by funded tech startups has steadily decreased in recent years.