Thu, Oct 07|
Medtech Happy Hour: Sneaking a Peek at Your Company's "Final Exam"
Our next Medtech Happy Hour will be on October 7 at 4:00 pm EST! Check the link below to register, its free!! This is an interactive discussion where attendees will have the ability to interact with the speaker.
Time & Location
Oct 07, 2021, 4:00 PM EDT
About the Event
Topic: You and your team have done what seemed impossible: you’ve bootstrapped, overcome every obstacle thrown your way, and finally attracted a strategic player willing to pay big bucks to acquire you, subject to “passing the final exam.” Whoa, what’s that!? It’s the 30+ pages of your future merger agreement, that’s what. Join Bill Richter, of Richter Law Offices, and your fellow Medtech-ers for a discussion and a sneak peek, so you’ll be prepared to sail thru. About the Speaker: Prior to forming Richter Law Offices in 2002 as a solo corporate and transactional practice in Santa Cruz, CA, Bill Richter practiced corporate law for five years at each of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. (Senior Associate to John Goodrich) and Shearman & Sterling LLP (NYC and Budapest). He holds a B.A. from Yale College, a Masters from Harvard (Russian) and earned his J.D. from New York University School of Law. In addition to his law practice, Bill serves on three non-profit Boards, Santa Cruz Shakespeare (Immediate Past Board President), Mahler Foundation, and the American Farm School and Perrotis College (Thessaloniki, Greece). He is an advisor to Clearhealthcosts, a NYC journalism startup bringing transparency to healthcare costs and to an international group of scientists tackling methane reduction. Bill is a member of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the International Network of Boutique Law Firms (INBLF) and enjoys working with overseas lawyers on cross-border projects. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and invites you to link at https://lnkd.in/dibFure3. Bill is a firm believer in the medical device space, often saying, “We need this sector to succeed – who knows, one of us, or a loved one, might just need what you are working on – soon!” His hope is that this talk will help you help improve patient care.