Speaking Engagements

Protect Your Startup: Avoiding Costly Disputes

SXSW Interactive Festival
03.14.15

12:30-1:30 p.m. CDT

Gardere Attorneys Leslie Ritchie Robnett and Thomas Haskins, along with Blue Stout Founder and Managing Director Allen Burt, will present on a panel at SXSW Interactive on March 14. In the discussion titled "Protect Your Startup: Avoiding Costly Disputes," panelists will cover common concerns of growing companies, including employment issues for those hiring and firing employees, and dispute resolution for those who are at odds with competitors, government regulators or even their own partners. They will also share their experiences in navigating costly disputes for emerging companies and the pitfalls faced by startup companies.

The panel discussion will be held in rooms 400-402 at the Hilton Austin Downtown. For more information about SXSW Interactive, including registration options, click here.

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