Greenberg Traurig’s Chinh H. Pham Speaks at “What’s It REALLY Like Working with Start-Ups?”

On June 20th, Chinh H. Pham, co-leader of Greenberg Traurig’s Emerging Technology Group and co-chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property (IP) Group in Boston, spoke to lawyers and law students at the Boston Bar Association (BBA) about “What’s It REALLY Like Working with Start-Ups?” Pham provided insights into the skills needed to counsel entrepreneurs and emerging growth companies, and shared his personal experiences working with technology start-ups to help them protect and monetize their IP assets.

Pham is a member of the BBA Council and Executive Committee, and is actively involved in the Boston business and legal communities. He previously served as co-chair of the BBA International Intellectual Property Law Committee and as a member of the BBA’s Education Committee. Pham currently serves as an Attorney-in-Residence at Harvard Innovation Lab, as a member of the Board of Overseers at the Boston Museum of Science, and as a company mentor for a number of technology accelerator programs, including Northwestern University’s The Garage, MassChallenge, and Northeastern Idea.

About Greenberg Traurig’s Boston Office

Established in 1999, Greenberg Traurig’s Boston office is home to nearly 70 attorneys practicing in the areas of corporate, emerging technology, governmental affairs, intellectual property, labor and employment, life sciences and medical technology, litigation, public finance, and real estate. An important contributor to the firm’s international platform, the Boston office includes a team of nationally recognized attorneys with both public and private sector experience. The team offers clients the value of decades of legal experience and hands-on knowledge of the local business community, supported by the firm’s vast network of global resources.

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