Located in UCLA’s backyard, the Silicon Beach economy is exploding with more than 500 tech startups, incubators and accelerators as well as public companies such as Snapchat. The Technology of Silicon Beach conference focused on emerging technologies and some of their associated legal and financial issues.
The Silicon Beach Conference featured investors, lawyers and technology experts. If you would like to receive information about future events, please sign up for our mailing list.
|Panel 1: Technology Start-ups
Dr. Amy Wang
Moderator: Joel Feuer
|Panel 2: Investing in Technology
Moderator: Elaine Hagan
|Panel 3: Law and Technology
Moderator: James Park
This event was sponsored by the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy, Program on Understanding Law, Science, and Evidence and UCLA School of Law. It was a private event, open to UCLA School of Law faculty, students and invited guests.
UCLA School of Law is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. This activity qualifies for 3 hours of general MCLE credit.
J. Heminway, “Why Can ‘t We Be Friends? A Business Finance Lawyer’s Plaintive Plea to Entrepreneurs”
J. Coyle & J. Green, “The SAFE, the KISS, and the Note: A Survey of Startup Seed Financing Contracts”
Nancy H. Wojtas, “Top 10 “DOs” and “DON’Ts” if the SEC Calls about your Token Offering; What to Expect”
Mark Lemley and Eugene Volokh, Law, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, 166 University of Penn Law Rev. 1050 (2018)
R. Calo, “Artificial Intelligence Policy: A Primer and Roadmap,” 51 U.C. Davis Law Rev. 399 (2017)
S. Levi & A. Lipton, “An Introduction to Smart Contracts and Their Potential and Inherent Limitation”
SEC’s Webpage on Initial Coin Offerings
SEC’s fake ICO offering, Howeycoin
Smart Contracts: Is the Law Ready?
Understanding Digital Tokens: Market Overviews and Proposed Guidelines for Policymakers and Practitioners