Legal advice from Silicon Valley
The Silicon Vikings Gothenburg Node invites you to join us for an evening dedicated to establishing your business in the US from a legal perspective.
Two experienced Silicon Valley attorneys, Spencer Raff and Greg Wrenn from Pragmatica Law, a modern tech-law firm specializing in IP licensing and commercial transactions, employment law, and trademarks are visiting Gothenburg and are, together with Silicon Vikings, giving Gothenburg companies and Startups the opportunity to enjoy networking and interesting Q&A.
Greg and Spencer will share their experiences of working for plus 20 years each in Silicon Valley and will together discuss with you the benefits and how to minimize the risks of entering the US market.
This will be an excellent opportunity to network, enjoy some appetizers and drinks, and learn about how to be prepared before you enter the US market.
Spencer Raff has over 30 years legal experience spanning both in-house and private practice in the United States and Europe. Spencer interned in Scotland and worked for American and British firms in London. After returning to the United States he litigated product liability, insurance defense and commercial transaction cases. He left private practice to join Varian Medical Systems as Division Counsel and subsequently worked in senior legal positions for large and small technology companies. At Pragmatica Spencer focuses on technology, IP licensing, commercial contracts and intellectual property transactions. He is licensed to practice law in California, Washington State, and Illinois.
Greg Wrenn is a veteran Silicon Valley general counsel. He has over 25 years of legal experience in private and in-house practice, including ten years spent serving as General Counsel and Secretary for publicly traded companies in the software and Internet services areas. Greg was Deputy General Counsel, International for Yahoo!, and was General Counsel for three more NASDAQ- listed companies in Silicon Valley including Openwave Systems, Borland Software, and Support.com, before returning to Seattle and private practice in 2015. He focuses on commercial agreements, employment law and trademarks and is licensed to practice law in Washington State and California.