Tech Startup Law – Primer of legal & regulatory issues that tech startups need to know

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Tech Startup Law – Primer of legal & regulatory issues that tech startups need to know

March 18, 2019 @ 5:30 am - 6:30 pm

For startups to grow and thrive, they need the right guidance at the right time in relation to the legal and regulatory landscape and their rights and obligations.

iDendron, in collaboration with LITE Lab@HKU, is proud to present the soft launch of tailored sessions to assist to resolve legal and regulatory related issues faced by iDendron tech startups. Come join us for an evening of open discussions and drinks with Mr Brian Tang, Adjunct Professor at the HKU Faculty of Law and Founding Executive Director of LITE Lab@HKU, an new interdisciplinary and experiential programme spearheaded by the Faculty of Law whose first classes will be available in September 2019.

Please also complete the following 7-minute survey on or before 13 Mar (Wed) for us to understand your needs better:


More About Mr Brian Tang

Brian is the Founder and Managing Director of ACMI, an inclusive platform for global thought leadership, industry-wide consensus building and transformational technology, educational and policy solutions. ACMI’s recent initiatives include leading a 5 full-day Blockchain and DLT Startup Master Class for Helix Accelerator, organising LegalRegTechHack in conjunction with Global Legal Hackathon 2019 and establishing LEXi, a legaltech and regtech incubator.

Brian is a corporate finance lawyer by training who has worked on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley and in Hong Kong on financing technological innovations to benefit the real economy. He was previously at global investment bank Credit Suisse in Hong Kong, and prior to that at law firms Sullivan & Cromwell in New York and in California, and Mallesons in Perth, Australia.


Brian is currently co-chair of the RegTech Committee of the Fintech Association of Hong Kong and on the IEEE AI Ethics Initiative’s Policy Panel.


March 18, 2019
5:30 am - 6:30 pm
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