Tech & Sourcing @ Morgan Lewis


As part of Morgan Lewis's Technology May-rathon webinar series, Antitrust partners Will Tom, Clay Everett, and Jonathan Rich will discuss lessons from Bazaaarvoice/PowerReviews, Integrated Device Technologies/PLX Technology, and other challenges to high-tech mergers brought by the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission in recent years.

This webinar will be held today, Thursday, May 15, from 1 to 2 p.m. Sign up here >

Other upcoming May-rathon webinars include:

  • Implementing a Veterans Hiring Program in the Technology Industry
    Monday, May 19, 2014, 1–2 p.m. ET
    Topics will include developing a robust program to recruit, screen, and select veterans with the skill sets that the technology industry needs; complying with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and state employment laws; and training human resources and hiring managers on rolling out a veterans hiring program, including Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidance on hiring wounded warriors and related disability accommodations issues. Sign up here >
  • Defending Data Security Class Actions
    Thursday, May 22, 2014, 1–2 p.m. ET
    Continued increases in data hacking and other means of electronic data collection have led plaintiffs’ class action lawyers to advance new theories in product-based litigation. This webinar will discuss the latest trends and best practices in defending data privacy and security class actions. Topics will include a review of recent litigation trends and cases, a review of litigation strategies, and possible steps to decrease the likelihood of litigation. Sign up here >
  • Cloud Computing—Current Trends and Potential Legal Pitfalls
    Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 1–2 pm ET
    Cloud computing is upending traditional models of software licensing and provisioning of IT equipment and services. This talk will provide an update on current industry trends and the impact on contracts, IP rights, and data security as well as other legal issues that arise from this structural change in the computer industry. Sign up here >