Chair and lecturer on “Green Technology, Green Technologies; Legal Strategies for Innovators, Investors and End Users,” (Practising Law Institute, New York, February 6, 2009; San Francisco, February 23, 2009)

February 6, 2009 and February 23, 2009

William A. Tanenbaum, International Chair of the Technology, Intellectual Property & Outsourcing Group and Partner in the GreenTech Group, chaired the upcoming PLI Conference, "Green Technology Law and Business 2009: Strategies for Finance, Carbon Trading, IT, and Carbon Neutral Policies" in New York on February 6, 2008, and he co-chaired the conference in San Francisco on February 23, 2009. The conferences discussed:

  • Legal issues in establishing, investing in and conducting due diligence of Green Technology start-ups and strategic alliances
  • Intellectual property as protection for and a barrier to Green Technology
  • How to apply for, use and benefit from Green Technology tax credits and government incentive programs
  • Using Green IT to reduce costs and increase efficiency at data centers and in IT infrastructures, including EPA and DOE methodologies and technologies in private sector agreements
  • The convergence of Green Technology with outsourcing and data management
  • Carbon credit trading under existing and proposed U.S. and EU legal regimes
  • Developing "carbon neutral" and sustainability policies for internal and supply chain use
  • Green Technology litigations and predictions

For more information on the seminar, please click the appropriate link below. The San Francisco program was available as a live webcast.

NY Seminar
SF Seminar

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