Stanford Law School – 25th Annual Stanford Directors’ College – Featuring S&C Speakers Nader Mousavi and Laura OswellJune 23-25, 2019
S&C partners Nader Mousavi and Laura Oswell spoke at Stanford Law School’s 25th annual Directors’ College, a program for directors and senior executives of publicly traded firms that covers a broad range of issues currently facing modern boards.
On June 25, Laura took part in the breakout discussion, “Responding to Government Investigations,” which explored trends in investigations of corporate misconduct, the current policy for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act cases and the Securities and Exchange Commission’s bounty program, among other topics. Later that same day, Nader discussed the Board’s role in overseeing intellectual property strategy in the breakout session, “The Board’s Role in Patent and IP Strategy.”
Nader Mousavi is co-head of S&C’s Intellectual Property & Technology Transactions practice, and is widely recognized as one of the top technology deal lawyers in the world, as shown by client testimonials in IAM Patent 1000, and in recognitions from Intellectual Asset Management, Law360, The American Lawyer, Chambers USA, Daily Journal, The Legal 500 United States and the National Law Journal, among others. Nader has focused his practice on technology-intensive mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and collaborations, as well as the licensing of patents and trademarks.
Laura Kabler Oswell is a Litigation partner and practice group leader for S&C’s FCPA & Anti-Corruption group, as well as co-lead of the team that worked with Stanford Law School to launch the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Clearinghouse, which aggregates and curates source documents and provides analytic tools related to enforcement of the FCPA since its enactment. She has been recognized by Benchmark Litigation, Euromoney, Who’s Who Legal Investigations and Global Investigations Review, among others. Laura represents companies and individuals in a wide variety of matters, and also represents companies and individuals in matters before the SEC and the U.S. Department of Justice.