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Tech IPOs – what can we expect in 2019?
Partners Mark Austin and Lars Meyer assess the market for European tech IPOs, discuss how to prepare for a successful flotation – and reveal some of the unexpected surprises companies often face when they go public
Future trends in Medtech
Essential Antitrust #20: Innovation-driven deals: plan for success (part 2)
Essential Antitrust #19: Innovation-driven deals: plan for success (part 1)
Investing in tech: trends to watch in the year ahead
Investing in tech: regulation to disrupt tech deal-making?
Buyer beware: avoiding privacy and cyber hazards in M&A
Fintech in focus: why governance matters
Tax matters: Digital taxes and trade wars – will the OECD/G20 agreement bring tax peace?
From growth to maturity: what founders and investors need to know about going public
The keys to successful corporate venture capital investing
View from the Valley #7: The future of data privacy in the United States
Essential Antitrust #15: Focus on fintech deals: navigating a tougher regulatory environment
Asia Essential Antitrust #4: Navigating India’s competition regime, including an overview of recent cases in the tech sector.
View from the Valley #6: Should US tech companies be worried about Russia?
Fintech in focus: paying cross-border
Ransomware: what boards need to know about the Colonial Pipeline attack
The EU’s AI Regulation #1: Understanding the draft rules
Arbitration top trends: are investment treaties the answer to big tech’s problems?
Fintech in focus: is Open Banking here?
Data and cyber breaches: Part 2 – the new go-to mass claims for claimant lawyers?
Data and cyber breaches: Part 1 – the new go-to mass claims for claimant lawyers?
Tech transactions in the spotlight
Navigating the US: Part two - Dealing with the Valley
Navigating the US: Part one - Dealing with the Valley: A post-election rundown
Rethinking the supply chain #1: sustainability and digitisation in focus
View from the Valley #4: what will a Biden presidency mean for the global tech industry?
Anatomy of a data breach – what really happens in a global data crisis?
What every startup should know about corporate governance
The IP mistakes founders make
Fintech in focus: digital identity
Capital raising in the time of COVID-19
View from the Valley #2: diversity, IPOs and director compensation
View from the Valley #1: the impact of COVID
International arbitration #4: data protection and cyber security in arbitration proceedings
TechConnect - Europe's approach to regulating artifical intelligence
Sanctions and international trade #1: sanctions trends and developments
Inside the Freshfields Hub
A global guide to data ethics
Can you own AI?
Investing in startups
How lawyers can help mitigate cyber risk
Tech IPOs - what can we expect in 2019?
The impact of EU regulation on US tech
Cyber security: our experience at the Expo
Cyber security: are you on your best behaviour
Digital transformation: the secrets of success
How to build a digital business
Data and merger control
What's different about digital deals?
Introducing the Freshfields digital podcast series
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