• FBI & US Secret Service Presenting Jan 24 Cyber Security Summit

    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose

    C-Suite Executives, Directors / Managers of IT Security, or other Senior Level IT Executives are invited to register with discounted admission to the 2nd annual Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit on January 24th. Shawn Bradstreet - The U.S. Secret Service Resident Agent in Charge San Jose, and Elvis Chan - The FBI Supervisory Special Agent, will be speaking as keynotes. Thursday, January 24th, 2019 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose 2050 Gateway Pl San Jose, CA 95110 First 12 Members to Register with code BDPSP19 will receive Complimentary Admission. (Standard Price $350). Afterwards code is good for $95 admission. Register with code via the link below: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cyber-security-summit-silicon-valley-tickets-52051189509?discount=BDPSP19 Each pass includes a catered breakfast, lunch, and cocktail & cigar reception. You will be eligible to earn up to 6 CPE credits with your full day attendance. Topics of Discussion Include: • Incident Response Orchestration • Ransomware: To Pay or Not Pay • Insider Threat & Corporate Espionage • …and much more! Evaluate the cutting-edge technologies from solution providers including Darktrace, ExtraHop Networks, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Kenna Security, Mimecast, Accellion, LockPath, Arctic Wolf Networks, RANE, Dasher Technologies, Juniper Networks, Humio ApS, Tevora, Zentera Systems, Bitdefender, Corelight, LogPoint, Red Canary, Securonix, and more. If you are with a cyber solution provider and would like to exhibit and / or speak at this event, contact Bradford Rand at [masked] /[masked] x223. For full details, visit https://CyberSummitUSA.com/siliconvalley19/

  • Mark calendar-- May 29 to 30-- Law seminars with Privacy & Security topics

    • What we'll do Coming May 29-30, a law-bootcamp including topics on privacy and security. Details will follow. Mark your calendar! • What to bring • Important to know

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  • Law and Litigation bootcamp by FKFB.law, including IP Litigation; Free Supper!

    mitchell park community center 3700

    FBFK.law Law Bootcamp, with three sessions. This session's panel Q&A discussion focuses on Litigation, including Intellectual Property Litigation, with input from two expert IP litigators. All three sessions have a general introduction to business law. The three sessions are: 1. New Tech and Law (Privacy, Cryptocurrency, Big Data, IOT, ...) 2. Litigation (Intellectual Property, Business Formation) 3. Money Law (Taxation, Venture Capital, Litigation) This session's Q&As discussion focuses on litigation, including IP litigation. Are you planning to sue some firm, or is someone suing you? What's involved, and how much might it cost? What factors affect the odds? Litigation can be one of the costliest or most profitable part of a business. Come to see how to evaluate litigation--offense or defense. Submit your questions in advance to www.fbfk.law/event-startup-bootcamp/ , and we'll answer as many as we can. Feel free to introduce yourself to the below Intellectual Property and litigation attorneys. Also, free supper! And maybe raffle prize! FBFK.law and Attorney Robert Lord invite you to a business law bootcamp! Ferguson Braswell Fraser Kubasta, PC (FBFK.law) is a business law firm, with offices in Palo Alto, Dallas, and Houston. Attorney speakers and topics include: Robert Lord—Intellectual Property law (Patent, trademark, copyright) Paul Braswell—Business Formation (LLC, corporation, partnership) Kelly Kubasta—Federal Litigation, including IP litigation Chris Shenfield—State Litigation Garry Davis—Immigration Seung Yoo—Tax and new tax reform and John Lee (VC, not attorney)—Venture capital. LIKE www.facebook.com/FergusonBraswellFraserKubasta/ , so that we can better communicate with you. This is a multi-Meetup event with many attendees. RSVP for Money Law or for New Tech, New Laws Bootcamp sessions on 29th or 30th in this same group. Or visit www.meetup.com/bizlaw to register for these. Bring canned food item to donate to the SF-Marin Food Bank donation. • Important to know Please arrive on time, so we can promptly serve complimentary supper. Submit preliminary questions to www.fbfk.law/event-startup-bootcamp/ Look forward to meeting you!

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  • FBFK.law's Money-Law bootcamp, VCs, Angels, Devilish Laws, Taxes, & Free Lunch!

    FBFK.law Law Bootcamp, with three sessions. This session's Q&A panel discussion focuses on Taxation and Venture Capital. Unfortunately, the status of Michael Cohen's money law topic hasn't been judged, so we can't talk about that topic. :) All three sessions have a general introduction to business law. The three sessions Q&A discussions' are: 1. New Tech and Law (Privacy, Cryptocurrency, Big Data, IOT, ...) 2. Litigation (Intellectual Property, Business Formation) 3. Money Law (Taxation, Venture Capital, Litigation) The Money-Law's session's discussions cover topics as: how new tax reforms impact investment and your take-home pay; venture capital, angel funding and devilish law. Submit your questions in advance to www.fbfk.law/event-startup-bootcamp/ , and we'll answer as many as we can. Feel free to introduce yourself to the below tax attorney and venture capitalist. Also, free supper! And maybe raffle prize! FBFK.law and Attorney Robert Lord invite you to a business law bootcamp! Ferguson Braswell Fraser Kubasta, PC (FBFK.law) is a business law firm, with offices in Palo Alto, Dallas, and Houston. Attorney speakers and topics include: Robert Lord—Intellectual Property law (Patent, trademark, copyright) Paul Braswell—Business Formation (LLC, corporation, partnership) Kelly Kubasta—Federal Litigation, including IP litigation Chris Shenfield—State Litigation Garry Davis—Immigration Seung Yoo—Tax and new tax reform and John Lee (VC, not attorney)—Venture capital. LIKE www.facebook.com/FergusonBraswellFraserKubasta/ , so that we can better communicate with you. This is a multi-Meetup event with many attendees. RSVP for New Tech, New Law and for Litigation at this same group, on 29th or 30th. Or RSVP at www.meetup.com/bizlaw. Bring canned food item to donate to the SF-Marin Food Bank donation. • Important to know Please arrive on time, so we can promptly serve complimentary supper. Submit preliminary questions to www.fbfk.law/event-startup-bootcamp/ Look forward to meeting you!

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  • New Tech, New Privacy Problems, New Laws bootcamp, Supper! Host FBFK.law

    ECO-SYSTM - Co-working Space

    FBFK.law Law Bootcamp, with three sessions. This session's Q&A panel discussion focuses on the impact of New Technologies and New Laws. All three sessions have a general introduction to business law. The sessions' Q&A focus are: 1. New Tech and Law (Privacy, Cryptocurrency, Big Data, IOT, ...) 2. Litigation (Intellectual Property, Business Formation) 3. Money Law (Taxation, Venture Capital, Litigation) This New Tech, New Law Q&A's discussions cover topics as: How will privacy laws now affect social media? Laws' impact on cryptocurrency and blockchain. And how will laws affect massive quantities of and transmissions of Internet of Things? Submit your questions in advance to www.fbfk.law/event-startup-bootcamp/ , and we'll answer as many as we can. Feel free to introduce yourself to the below Intellectual Property and IP Litigation attorneys, who are frequently involved with new tech laws. Also, free supper! And maybe raffle prize! FBFK.law and Attorney Robert Lord invite you to a business law bootcamp! Ferguson Braswell Fraser Kubasta, PC (FBFK.law) is a business law firm, with offices in Palo Alto, Dallas, and Houston. Attorney speakers and topics include: Robert Lord—Intellectual Property law (Patent, trademark, copyright) Paul Braswell—Business Formation (LLC, corporation, partnership) Kelly Kubasta—Federal Litigation, including IP litigation Chris Shenfield—State Litigation Garry Davis—Immigration Seung Yoo—Tax and new tax reform and John Lee (VC, not attorney)—Venture capital. LIKE www.facebook.com/FergusonBraswellFraserKubasta/ , so that we can better communicate with you. This is a multi-Meetup event with many attendees for better networking. RSVP for Money Law or for Litigation seminars at this group on 29th or 30th. Or RSVP at www.meetup.com/bizlaw . Bring canned food item to donate to the SF-Marin Food Bank donation. • Important to know Please arrive on time, so we can promptly serve complimentary supper. Submit preliminary questions to www.fbfk.law/event-startup-bootcamp/ Look forward to meeting you!

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  • The MBA Tour to boost your career!

    Grand Hyatt

    Please register online: http://www.thembatour.com/events/sanfranciscospring.html?partnerid=webmarketing-sf Are you looking to boost your career in 2018? An MBA is a great way to enhance your current career track. Through classroom learning and internship experience, an MBA will help you to develop valuable connections and gain the skills you need for success. The MBA Tour is bringing the top business schools to San Francisco on Sunday, February 11 for their SF MBA Conference. This free event will take place at the Grand Hyatt SF and run from 11:15am-3:30pm. This is your chance to meet with admissions directors from the best local and international business schools, and network with alumni who will share their experiences and success stories. UC Berkeley, UCLA, USC, INSEAD, Babson, ASU, and ESSEC will be among the top business schools represented. See the full list here! In addition to admissions panels, school presentations, application workshops, and meetings with admissions directors, attend strategy sessions and review your resume with trusted partners. Have all of your questions answered and find out if an MBA degree is the logical next step for you. Space is limited and registration is completely free, so make sure to register online early to secure your spot. Your MBA journey starts here! . Important to Know Please register online: http://www.thembatour.com/events/sanfranciscospring.html?partnerid=webmarketing-sf

  • DeveloperWeek 2018 - 100 Free OPEN Passes

    SF Bay Area | Oakland Convention Center

    • What we'll do The DeveloperWeek team has offered us space at DeveloperWeek 2018 to host our next meetup and included 100 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek 2018 so our members can attend the event. DeveloperWeek 2018 (Feb. 3-7, SF Bay Area), is the nation’s largest developer festival with over 8,000 participants. DeveloperWeek includes 200+ DevTech sessions across Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, JavaScript, Microservices, Serverless Dev, and more. It also features 90+ innovators exhibiting at the DeveloperWeek Expo. You must register by 11:59 pm on January 17 to get your free OPEN Pass or SAVE $300 on your PRO Pass. To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developerweek-2018-tickets-36162005532?discount=MU2083&utm_campaign=MU2083 Promotional code MU2083, with a $300 discount, will automatically be applied to your order making your OPEN Pass completely free -- or use the discount towards an all-access PRO Pass. Your OPEN Pass will give you access to our Meetup space, along with all OPEN sessions, keynotes, the Expo floor, and Mentor Mixers. If you use your $300 discount towards a PRO Pass, you will get unlimited access to all of DeveloperWeek 2018, including: all 10 conferences (JavaScript Conference, Serverless Dev Conference, Blockchain Dev Conference, API & Microservices Conference + 6 more); the Technical Workshop day; and the VIP Party. To get your free OPEN Pass or discounted PRO Pass you must register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developerweek-2018-tickets-36162005532?discount=MU2083&utm_campaign=MU2083 by 11:59 pm on January 17 (or before we run out). • What to bring • Important to know

  • From a Hi-tech Job to a Patent Agent, Attorney, and Be Paid While Training

    Curious about a career as a patent professional? Are you tired of coding or bored in a dead end hi-tech job? Osha Liang, a patent law firm, invites computer scientists, computer engineers, and high level developers to an open house to learn how to become a patent agent, and then attorney. Amazingly, the firm pays you for this patent agent training! And, if you choose to do so, you could qualify to receive tuition assistance to attend law school. FYI, Patent Agents make up to $200,000, and attorneys more. Mr. Robert Lord, Managing Partner of Osha Liang’s Silicon Valley office, will give a talk on “Who Law Firms Hire and Why”. Refreshments and light snacks will be served. Attendees MUST have the following characteristics: 1. Possess a computer science or a computer engineering degree (or equivalent degree with a heavy focus on applied math) from an accredited US university. Industry experience is a huge plus. 2. Enjoys writing and speaking proficiently in English. This free event is expected to sell-out in seating. PLEASE DO NOT RSVP UNLESS YOU CAN ATTEND, are QUALIFIED, and interested. Due to limited seating, please do not attend solely for networking purposes. If qualified and unable to attend, please submit resume to http://oshaliang.com/careers/submit-resume/ . Event is unsuitable for those seeking citizenship assistance, as we, like most law firms, are currently unable to help with immigration matters. Osha Liang is a patent specialty law firm with offices in Santa Clara, Houston, Washington, Tokyo, Austin, China, and Paris. We serve many of the largest companies in San Francisco Bay and the world. We’re also one of Bay Area’s best firms to work for! Many of our intellectual property attorneys were startup multi-millionaires who then wanted a second career. Enter Osha Liang as a patent agent trainee and then have the option of becoming one of our attorney partners! Osha Liang's IP Law training program is rare and has few openings annually. To keep up with openings, LIKE https://www.facebook.com/OshaLiang/ , FOLLOW https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/49989/ and LOVE https://twitter.com/oshaliang/ . IF UNABLE TO ATTEND AND QUALIFIED, please submit your resume, http://oshaliang.com/careers/submit-resume/ . Please do not call our office--thanks! www.OshaLiang.com, great employees and partners.

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  • Noon--From a Hi-tech Job to a Patent Agent, Attorney, and Be Paid While Training

    Curious about a career as a patent professional? Are you tired of coding or bored in a dead end hi-tech job? Osha Liang, a patent law firm, invites computer scientists, computer engineers, and high level developers to an open house to learn how to become a patent agent, and then attorney. Amazingly, the firm pays you for this patent agent training! And, if you choose to do so, you could qualify to receive tuition assistance to attend law school. FYI, Patent Agents make up to $200,000, and attorneys more. Mr. Robert Lord, Managing Partner of Osha Liang’s Silicon Valley office, will give a talk on “Who Law Firms Hire and Why”. Refreshments and light snacks will be served. Attendees MUST have the following characteristics: 1. Possess a computer science or a computer engineering degree (or equivalent degree with a heavy focus on applied math) from an accredited US university. Industry experience is a huge plus. 2. Enjoys writing and speaking proficiently in English. This free event is expected to sell-out in seating. PLEASE DO NOT RSVP UNLESS YOU CAN ATTEND, are QUALIFIED, and interested. Due to limited seating, please do not attend solely for networking purposes. If qualified and unable to attend, please submit resume to http://oshaliang.com/careers/submit-resume/ . Event is unsuitable for those seeking citizenship assistance, as we, like most law firms, are currently unable to help with immigration matters. Osha Liang is a patent specialty law firm with offices in Santa Clara, Houston, Washington, Tokyo, Austin, China, and Paris. We serve many of the largest companies in San Francisco Bay and the world. We’re also one of Bay Area’s best firms to work for! Many of our intellectual property attorneys were startup multi-millionaires who then wanted a second career. Enter Osha Liang as a patent agent trainee and then have the option of becoming one of our attorney partners! Osha Liang's IP Law training program is rare and has few openings annually. To keep up with openings, LIKE https://www.facebook.com/OshaLiang/ , FOLLOW https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/49989/ and LOVE https://twitter.com/oshaliang/ . IF UNABLE TO ATTEND AND QUALIFIED, please submit your resume, http://oshaliang.com/careers/submit-resume/ . Please do not call our office--thanks! www.OshaLiang.com, great employees and partners.