Gradually, they became almost as much about partying as about networking. Now, Gil Silberman, a tech lawyer at San Francisco’s Titchell Maltzman Mark & Ohleyer, is on a one-man crusade to bring the learning back to tech-business functions.

He’s still going to dish up tasty snacks and cocktails, but everyone will have to sit through a business presentation first.

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