CITRIS Foundry | WilmerHale Presents: Mistakes to Avoid for Startups
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WilmerHale Presents: Mistakes to Avoid for Startups

WilmerHale Presents: Mistakes to Avoid for Startups

On Wednesday, Sept. 10 from 5-6PM, The Foundry@CITRISCET Venture Lab and Berkeley Skydeck will be co-hosting the first in a year-long series of monthly presentations by WilmerHale on legal issues that startup founders need to know. This month, Joe Wyatt, Partner of the Corporate Practice Group at WilmerHale, will be speaking on Mistakes to Avoid for Startups.

Agenda: Wednesday Sept. 10, 5-6PM
5:00PM-5:30PM: Talk by Joe Wyatt, Partner, Corporate Practice Group, WilmerHale
5:30PM-6:00PM: Q&A and Open Discussion

The day after the event, The Foundry@CITRIS and WilmerHale will be co-hosting free legal office hours open to the entire UC Berkeley community. Office hours will be held on Thursday, Sept. 11, from 1-5PM in 368 Sutardja Dai Hall. To sign up for slots, please visit: http://goo.gl/r30fO9

Joe Wyatt

About the Speaker

Joe Wyatt is a partner in the Corporate Practice Group at WilmerHale. He focuses his practice on the representation of emerging growth companies, venture capital firms and investment banks. His practice includes general corporate counseling, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings and SEC regulatory matters. Joe graduated from UC Berkeley in 1993.