Author Archives: Stuart Campbell

About Stuart Campbell

Stuart handles transactional matters primarily for emerging technology and other high-growth companies. He has particular focus in representing companies in the wireless, Internet and game spaces. He has extensive experience representing founders, investors and companies in: entity formation; over 150 venture capital and angel financings; mergers and acquisitions, including distressed acquisitions and 363 bankruptcy sales; joint ventures, strategic alliances, and technology transfer and licensing matters. Stuart also advises clients on corporate governance matters.

ICANN Approves Historic Plan for New Top Level Domains

By David M. Silverman and Catherine E. Maxson At its meeting in Singapore this week, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) approved a historic plan to allow unlimited numbers of generic top-level domains (gTLDs) to join the … Continue reading

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Do NDAs Have Value?

Is your proprietary information really safe? Continue reading

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Are You a Digital Media Company that Licenses Music?

Are you a digital media company that licenses music?  If so, some fundamental considerations are described by our partners David D. Oxenford and Robert J. Driscoll here.

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Officers and Managers Risk Personal Liability for Knowingly Withholding Wages

In these challenging economic times company officers and managers should be reminded that under applicable federal and state law they can be personally liable if they knowingly fail to pay employee wages. If making payroll becomes challenging, companies should consider … Continue reading

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What Every Employer Should Know about Social Networking Sites

DWT’s San Francisco and Los Angeles offices are hosting a program entitled: “The Complete Tweet: Developments in Social Networking and Employment Law”. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about what every employer should know with regards to social networking … Continue reading

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