HBO's tech-industry-skewering comedy "Silicon Valley" has a reputation for acing the details, from showing real code on the characters' laptop screens down to the athleisure shoes worn by the CEO of Google stand-in Hooli. But for a group of lawyers who gathered at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius' San Francisco office on Wednesday night, some aspects of the show's fictional universe remain maddeningly vague.
Commentary by Adam P. Handfinger
Daily Business Review
While nontraditional financing presents some unique, and not always obvious, risks for the contractor, the risks can be mitigated with careful pre-project planning, due diligence and contract negotiation, writes attorney Adam P. Handfinger.
The robot invasion of California's sidewalks might not be that far off. Starship Technologies OU confirmed Friday that it's "definitely looking at California both for testing and future operations" of what the company calls a "personal courier." Starship recently retained the Sacramento lobbying office of Greenberg Traurig to help with the effort.