11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT
Registration is complimentary, space is limited.
Join us on February 25, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for "What the Biden Administration Means for Startups," a Lane Powell virtual event in partnership with GeekWire Studios.
This virtual program will kick-off with a 45-minute panel discussion featuring National Venture Capital Association CEO Bobby Franklin and venture capitalist Heather Redman of Flying Fish Partners. The session will be moderated by GeekWire co-founder John Cook.
Immediately following the panel discussion, pre-registered* attendees will have the opportunity to participate in one of five 45-minute breakout sessions led by Lane Powell attorneys.
Breakout sessions will provide actionable advice regarding issues relevant to startups. Each breakout session will include a short presentation, an open Q&A forum, and engaging conversation.
*Registration for breakout sessions must be done at the time of initial sign up. The main panel session will be live-streamed via YouTube. Participants who have registered for one of the breakout sessions listed below will receive a direct link to their session via Zoom.
Navigating the Privacy Landscape as a Startup | Brandon Archuleta & Lynnyetta Keller
An overview of the current privacy law landscape, with a discussion of best practices for startups when it comes to data collection and use.
Estate Planning for Startups in the Biden Era | Jamie Lanier & Sarah MacLeod
A discussion of the estate and gift tax rules and potential changes to those rules under the Biden administration, as well as estate planning related to qualified small business stock (QSBS).
'Here's the Deal': Helping Read the Tea Leaves for How the Biden Administration May Address Employment Issues for Startups | Mike Kitson & Priya Vivian
A discussion of pertinent issues that employers face under the Biden administration, including COVID-19 vaccinations and treatment of independent contractors.
10 Quick Immigration Tips for Startups | Dustin O'Quinn
A look at visa options for owners, investors, interns and employees, and a discussion of how the new administration's policies will affect hiring.
Second PPP and the ERC | Eric Kodesch
A discussion of important new benefits for businesses. As part of the year-end stimulus law, Congress allowed certain businesses to get a second draw Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, which retroactively removed the restriction that prevented PPP borrowers from claiming the employee retention credit (ERC) for 2020 and enhanced the ERC for 2021.
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