Global law firm Rimon PC welcomes Corporate and Energy Partner Michael Joyce

Rimon is pleased to welcome Michael Joyce, a corporate attorney with a focus on cross-border energy sector deals, as a Partner in the firm’s corporate practice.    Prior to joining Rimon, Mr. Joyce was a Partner with Akin Gump.  Mr. Joyce advises global corporations and institutional investors on their investments, divestitures, and projects, with a particular focus on the energy industry. Mr. Joyce…

Law360 Reports on Radio Frequency Suits Forcing FFC to Address Health Impact, Stephen Díaz Gavin Comments on Lawsuits

The Federal Communications Commission is dealing with a pair of lawsuits challenging wireless safety rules put in place before the era of 5G and ubiquitous Wi-Fi, highlighting activists’ concerns over the proliferation of invisible radio frequency signals, Law360 reported. The lawsuits, brought by activist group Children’s Health Defense, could force the FCC to more clearly…

Corporate Venture Capital: Structuring Concerns for Investors and Startups

Register here Corporate Venture Capital: Structuring Concerns for Investors and Startups will provide commercial finance and private equity counsel with a review of corporate venture capital (CVC) investments in startups. The panel will discuss the differing objectives of corporate vs. pure venture capital investors and how those objectives are reflected in deal points like management…

Blockchain 2.0: 2021 Legal & Regulatory Developments by PLI

Register here Blockchain 2.0: 2021 Legal & Regulatory Developments is a half-day program that will offer in-depth discussions about the evolving landscape of regulation for tokens and ICOs. PLI’s expert faculty will review enforcement actions related to blockchain technology, exchanges, advisors, broker-dealers, and investments, and explore potential taxation issues regarding blockchain. They will also analyze…

3D Systems Sells On Demand Manufacturing Business to Trilantic North America

Rimon attorneys Olivia Lê Horovitz and Nicolas Simon are legal advisers to 3D Systems on the sale of the French ODM business to Quickparts   South Carolina based 3D Systems  Inc. has sold its On-Demand Manufacturing business to leading private equity firm, Trilantic North America, for $82 million. 3D Systems’ On-Demand Manufacturing business will be rebranded under Trilantic North America’s ownership as Quickparts, and will…