Date(s) - Thu 09/24/2015
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Hanson Bridgett LLP
Join SFIPLA for a presentation on ethical issues to consider when taking third-party litigation funding including privilege/common interest, maintenance, champerty & usury, conflicts of interest, and seeking alignment of interests in funding deal terms. The presentation will include recent case law and as well as practical tips.
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Meredith L. Carter, Esq. is Managing Director of Business Development for Rembrandt IP Management, LLC, a leading IP investment fund which provides litigation funding and active litigation management to help inventors achieve fair value for infringed patents. Meredith is responsible for sourcing opportunities and evaluating their fit with Rembrandt’s businesses. In this role, Meredith assesses risk related to diverse legal issues as well as develops and negotiates Rembrandt’s transaction terms and structures. Meredith currently serves as Co-Chair of the Corporate Counsel section of the Delaware State Bar Association.
Prior to joining Rembrandt, Meredith practiced corporate law in the Delaware-based firm Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz LLP where she represented investors, emerging growth companies and inventors in venture capital and private equity deals, licensing and joint venture opportunities, and governance matters which involved the protection of intellectual property. She also led that firm’s Business Development team. She is a graduate of Villanova University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Price and Registration:
|Ticket Type||Price (Before Ticketing Fees)|
|In-Person In-House Counsel||Free|
|In-Person SFIPLA Member (Law Firm)||$35|
Click here to register and pay on-line, or mail your RSVP, desired ticket type, and check made payable to SFIPLA to us at the address on our contact page.
The San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association is an approved provider of California MCLE credit, and certifies that the above activity meets the requirements for one hour of participatory credit (1.0 hours Legal Ethics).