Since 2006, Ryan has been solving tricky intellectual property issues for pioneering tech / media / design clients. Currently, he’s a non-residential fellow of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, and Vice Chairman of the Licensing & Technology Transactions Group, California Lawyers Association. Ryan’s intellectual property, litigation, and transactional expertise has helped clients including Kanvas Labs (acquired by AOL) create, protect, and market their creations, solve complex litigation issues, and negotiate complex agreements. Along the way, he has written for, or has been interviewed by, the likes of El Pais, Cognitive Times, and Digital Trends about tech/media issues such as how companies should tackle “deep fake” posts. He recently finished teaching a media law seminar at Pepperdine Law School. Prior to starting this practice, Ryan was an antitrust litigator with Milberg, Weiss, Bershad, Hynes & Lerach LLP in New York City, among others.
Aaron is of counsel based in San Francisco. He provides Bay Area based technology clients with practical and yet creative problem solving focused counseling in corporate and venture capital raising matters.
Aaron is of counsel based in San Francisco. As the principal of Jackson Law Group, he provides Bay Area based clients with practical and yet creative problem solving focused counseling in corporate and venture capital raising matters. Currently, Aaron represents several emerging growth clients in the technology industry, such as Hana Capital Partners, LLC and Fullerton Venture Partners, LLC.
Matt is of counsel based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Matt works with creative individuals, small businesses, and nonprofits to help them realize their projects.
Matt is the principal of his own practice – The Law Office of Matthew Dedon. He works with artists, entertainers, small businesses, and nonprofits throughout California and nationwide. Matt’s practice consists of entity formation and management, IP registration, licensing and enforcement, brand management, and trusts and estates.
Matt began his legal career as the first staff attorney for the nonprofit California Lawyers for the Arts. At CLA, Matt built up the services of the nonprofit, creating its IP clinic program that partners with large firms and technology companies to provide free legal assistance to artists, entertainers, and entrepreneurs.