The Leadership Council on Legal Diversity cordially invites you to a lunch discussion with Dean Chemerinsky on Monday, December 17, 2018 in San Francisco, CA.
Space is limited and registration is required.
(Note: APABA Silicon Valley is not involved in sponsoring or organizing this event.)
Please mark your calendars for APABA Silicon Valley’s 2018 Holiday party at Pampas in Palo Alto! Join us to celebrate the holidays and network with Asian Pacific American legal professionals from Silicon Valley.
Please join the Women in Law Committee on November 27, 2018 for an informative and engaging conversation with trailblazing female APA attorneys who have established themselves as respected pioneers in their areas of practice. A reception will follow the panel.
Come join for an evening of lively panel discussion with in-house counsels to gain insight into this past year’s learnings, best practices, and practical tips for privacy compliance. Learn how to prepare for future privacy developments on the horizon and managing privacy compliance across jurisdictions.
The APABA Silicon Valley In-House Committee invites you to come celebrate with your fellow attorneys at our fall mixer. Please come and enjoy refreshments and snacks while you meet and reconnect with colleagues. This event is generously sponsored by Morrison & Foerster LLP and will be hosted at their office in Palo Alto.
Would you like to be your own boss someday and hang your own shingle or build your own team? Are you at a large firm and wondering if a small firm or solo practice is right for you? Or are you an attorney at a small firm, hoping to make the leap to a larger firm in the future? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join the Solo/Small Firm and Women in Law Committees on October 18th for this fun, informative event where four female attorneys will share their perspectives on solo/small firm practice, benefits of having this type of practice, challenges faced, and advice for making these very transitions.
APABA Silicon Valley in-house members are invited to the fifth event of our 2018 In-House Lunch Series, hosted by Amazon Lab126. Lunch is generously provided by Amazon. Attendance is limited to 30 people.
Come support a great cause and mingle with fellow APABA Silicon Valley members. Join the Women in Law Committee as we volunteer at Second Harvest Food Bank! All are welcome.
Please join us at APABA Silicon Valley's 33rd Annual Gala for an evening of networking and entertainment! The Gala will begin at 7 PM and feature a dinner buffet and much more! We will also be recognizing our Corporate and Law Firm Diversity Award recipients, as well as our scholarship recipients who served the Asian Pacific American community during their summers in law school and have demonstrated leadership and commitment to the Asian Pacific American community.
Please join the Intellectual Property and In-House Committees for a joint networking mixer at Alston & Bird’s Silicon Valley Office. Both members and non-members from all practice areas are welcome, so please come enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres while you reconnect and meet new contacts.
APABA Silicon Valley in-house members are invited to the fourth event of our 2018 In-House Lunch Series, hosted by Google. Lunch is generously provided by Google. Attendance is limited to 20 persons.
Please join us for an evening where APABA Silicon Valley members will have the unique opportunity to meet and get to know our local judges over drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
Project by Project invites you to join us for our annual tasting event, PLATE BY PLATE, on September 15th, 2018! Together, let's uplift and celebrate immigrant stories.
This panel will provide practical advice to licensing and/or litigation attorneys needing to negotiate and/or litigate RAND royalty rates under standard-essential patents. We will summarize, compare and contrast the major U.S, European and Asian RAND court decisions to date, including guidance for negotiation behavior, license structure, royalty rates, essentiality determinations, reasonableness, and (non-)discrimination. We will conclude with thoughts on SEP/RAND implications for current and emerging industries.