LEGAL STRATEGY FOR NON-U.S. DISRUPTIVE STARTUPS

By Janelle M. Lewis, Principal Attorney, Law Office of Janelle M. Lewis PROCESS MAP OF A LEGAL STRATEGY FOR   NON-U.S. DISRUPTIVE STARTUPS EXPANDING (OR SEEKING) TO THE U.S. MARKET   To learn more or find out how to develop a legal strategy for your business visit http://www.lawjmlewis.com or email jm@lawjmlewis.com.   The views expressed in… Read More

Two Major Takeaways from Renowned Harvard Business Professor for Entrepreneurs Seeking True Disruption and Market-Creating Innovation

By Janelle M. Lewis, Principal Attorney, Law Office of Janelle M. Lewis. There are two major takeaways from a recent article by BusinessInsider.com entitled, “A Harvard professor has a tip for entrepreneurs looking for the next big thing: Check out the electric-car market in China.” Featured and renowned Professor at Harvard Business School, Clayton Christensen provides… Read More

From Finding the Right Amount of Government Regulation to Foster Innovation to Making Communities More Resilient – Highlights & Tech Trends from CES 2019

By Janelle M. Lewis, Principal Attorney, Law Office of Janelle M. Lewis Considered the global stage for innovation, last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas brought over 180,000 attendees, over 4,000 exhibitors and 1,000 speakers. It also highlighted noteworthy aspects of the Tech industry and its interaction with global politics & government regulation, with… Read More

Mr-Bubo, LiveCities, and Parkd – Startups Who Are Making New Year’s Resolutions…Four Years From Now

How do you make your city a better place? How do you engage urban citizens? How do you change their responsibilities and their liabilities? While people around the world were making new years resolutions, there are startups that were making resolutions four years from now. These startups are setting goals and establishing objectives where citizens… Read More