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Innovation & Capital Trends for Entrepreneurial Ventures: Convergence of Financial, Intellectual & Human Capital – March 26th, 2019

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  • Innovation & Capital Trends for Entrepreneurial Ventures: Convergence of Financial, Intellectual & Human Capital – March 26th, 2019
  • Rutgers Law School Newark - Baker Court Room
  • Newark
  • United States

Innovation & Capital Trends for Entrepreneurial Ventures: Convergence of Financial, Intellectual & Human Capital – March 26th, 2019

You Are Invited to a Panel Discussion
Innovation & Capital Trends for Entrepreneurial Ventures:
Convergence of Financial, Intellectual & Human Capital

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019
4:00- 5:30 pm Interactive Panel Discussion – Reception to follow
Center for Law and Justice Room 125

The interaction of significant changes in law, finance and business are dramatically changing the environment for entrepreneurial companies. In this program experts will discuss those changes and their impact, and how companies are adapting to the new reality in every aspect of their operations.

Panelists:

Theodore M. Weitz, Esq.
Adjunct Professor, Rutgers Law School Entrepreneurship Clinic
Professor Weitz has over 40 years of experience as both in house and outside counsel, including as senior executive and general counsel of a number of technology and telecommunications companies. His practice now centers on general corporate matters for emerging companies and on transactional work for entities of all sizes. He was chairman of the computer law committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and has been a frequent speaker and writer in technology law and issues affecting startups.

Mukesh Patel
Director of Development and Co-Adjunct Professor, Rutgers Law School Entrepreneurship Clinic
Professor Patel is a serial entrepreneur with experience in private equity, angel investments,
business law, and education. As an Asst. Professor of Professional Practice at Rutgers Business School and Director of Innovation at the Honors College NB, he has designed and teaches award winning, experiential courses for undergraduate, Executive MBA and Executive Education. Courses include “ICE” (Innovation, Creativity & Entrepreneurship), Technology Breakthroughs, Disruptive Innovation, Digital Transformation, IDEA, Tech Entrepreneurship and Commercialization, Strategy, and Strategic Transformation.

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