On November 3, Goodwin’s Neighborhood Business Initiative will co-host a free networking event and legal workshop, Doing Business Online – Legal Basics for Small Businesses at Brooklyn FoodWorks (630 Flushing Ave) from 6-8 p.m.
In September, NPR launched its newest podcast, “How I Built This,” where innovators, founders and entrepreneurs share their success story in their own words.
On October 26, Goodwin’s Neighborhood Business Initiative will co-host a free Food Labeling & Packaging Workshop: Design, Marketing, Intellectual Property and Products Liability at Boston’s WeWork South Station (745 Atlantic Ave) from 6-8 p.m.
On October 11, Goodwin lawyers attended and sponsored the Founders of the Future launch party in Paris at the UK Embassy. Founders of the Future is a UK-based organization created to uncover and nurture future technology founders across Europe that are 16-35 years-old.
On October 4, Goodwin’s New York office hosted an exclusive breakfast presentation with FinTech thought leader Chris Skinner on the Internet of Things, the future of blockchain technology and potential privacy problems.
Gainesville, FL-based technology company Social Evidence wants to scour your online presence, mostly through your social media accounts, for information to assist attorneys in their fact finding missionsLEgal
While you may think each startup faces its own unique successes and blunders, most startup founders find that they face similar choices and potential roadblocks.
Target Corp.’s Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell spent the last 13 weeks with Revolar, a Denver-based startup that produces an alert device designed to help people who feel they are in physical danger.