Rothwell Figg is proud to announce its new blog, RF EMerge, a resource for emerging companies that provides insight and updates on common challenges faced, pertinent industry trends and analysis, and key legal developments affecting innovators.
The editors and contributors of RF EMerge include partners and Co-Editors Dan Shores and Aydin Harston, and attorney contributors Davide Schiavetti, Caitlin Wilmot, and Anjali Jenna ("AJ") Teigen, who are also members of the firm’s Emerging Companies team and work with innovative growth companies to help protect core technologies, forge strategic relationships, structure key deals, develop internal policies, and take other critical steps to prepare for success down the road, including through funding rounds and exits. The firm’s Emerging Companies team excels at deciphering key translational aspects of a wide range of technologies to maximize leverage in the context of a client’s desired implementation of such technologies, whether as participants in dynamic markets or as first movers.
The firm, a long-recognized legal powerhouse serving technology-based companies, has extensive experience in many diverse technologies and industry sectors including, but not limited to: life sciences, pharmaceuticals, genetic engineering, biosimilars, media, software, artificial intelligence, medical devices, plant science, information technology, communications, internet and digital media, tokenization and blockchain technology, cybersecurity, fintech, advanced electronics, semiconductors devices, and a wide variety of mechanical systems and devices.
“Our firm has served emerging growth companies for many years,” said blog Co-Editor Dan, “and we created the RF EMerge blog to let these entrepreneurs know that we fully understand the challenges they face, and that we are here to support them as they forge ahead to establish themselves in their respective markets. Drawing from our deep experience, RF EMerge will serve as a resource for these innovators and contribute to the important conversations occurring in the dynamic emerging growth companies ecosystem.”
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To learn more about our Emerging Companies team, please visit our Emerging Companies page.
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