Register for 30th Anniversary Symposium

By on December 18, 2013 9:14 am
High Tech Law Institute, High Tech Law Journal

The Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal is celebrating its 30th Anniversary Symposium! Keynote series from top leaders in Internet policy from the CPUC, Department of Justice, SF Mayor’s Office, Uber, Twitter and AngelList.

30th Anniversary Symposium

February 14, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.

Computer History Museum
1401 North Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043

Breakfast, lunch and a 3PM wine reception included

4 Hours of CLE Credit

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The Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal is a progressive legal publication that has continued to maintain a strong presence after 30 years. We are in a unique position to host this important colloquium on government policy towards sharing economy Internet companies, as we are in the position to dig deeply into specific legal issues. This keynote series will host representatives from the Public Utilities Commission of California, DOJ of California, San Francisco Mayors Office, Twitter, Uber and AngleList.

This is a CLE accredited event, and informative for lawyers and advisors interested in learning more about the trends in government policy towards social internet commerce, and to receive insight from policy writers and attorneys from the top companies in this emerging space. We also encourage academics, policy advocates, entrepreneurs and law students to attend.

Conference Schedule

The conference program consist of six keynote speakers. Three in the morning coming from government agencies and then three in the afternoon who are policy writers for leading internet companies. The entire event is designed is to teach the audience how to navigate regulatory structures and participate in the drafting of new government policy towards disruptive business such as car sharing, crowd funding and social media. While these business models will be featured, the day is more about discussing how internet industries are reshaping traditional regulatory norms, and doing so quickly.

Each speaker will provide 20 minutes of presentation (think Ted talk format) followed by a moderated 20 minutes of Q&A.

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GOVERNMENT
9:15 Commissioner Sandoval, CPUC
10:15 Jeffrey Rabkin, Special Assistant Attorney General for Law and Technology
11:15 Shannon Spanhake, Deputy Innovation Officer in SF Mayor’s Office

POLICY REPS
1:10 Corey Owens, Head of Global Public Policy at Uber
2:00 Kevin Laws, COO of AngelList
2:45 Laura Pirri, Legal Director for Products at Twitter

For inquiries and press contact Nicole.Shanahan@htlj.org or call 415-624-7671.

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Thank you again to all our sponsors. View live coverage of the event.

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