Join us for our virtual Women in VC webinar (via Zoom) on Tuesday, January 23rd from 12 PM - 1 PM ET (9 AM - 10 AM PT) as Lowenstein Sandler's Alyssa Frederick, Chandra Shih, Diane Moss, Kathleen McGee, and Meredith Beuchaw discuss the recent regulatory and industry measures addressing AI adoption and how those developments may impact founders and funders alike.
Alyssa has spent more than a decade in the SF Bay Area representing venture capital funds as well as startups and growth companies as outside general counsel, and in venture deals, PE deals and M&A. Prior to her time at Lowenstein Sandler she practiced at Wilson Sonsini. She earned her BA at Yale and her JD from NYU Law.
Chandra has 10+ years of experience representing growth stage and early stage startups and venture capital funds and other angel and strategic investors. Based in our Palo Alto office, she helps lead the firm’s Women’s Initiative Network and Diversity Leadership Network and is dedicated to advancing DEI initiatives at the firm and beyond. She earned her BA and JD at Santa Clara University.
Diane has significant experience in representing clients across various industries, including technology, entertainment, and health care. She counsels on complex legal and contractual matters and regularly drafts, negotiates, and advises on technology licensing agreements, master service agreements, developer agreements, and e-commerce agreements. She brings more than a decade of deal management experience to her practice and applies her broad perspective to meet client’s needs. She earned her BA from Brown University and her JD from Harvard Law.
Kathleen has close to two decades of experience as a prosecutor and leading regulator. Her practice includes representing established global businesses, scale-ups, and startups in multiple sectors, including ad tech, financial services, insurance tech, biotech, IoT, and retail. Kathleen’s practice covers a wide array of technology, data, and intellectual property concerns, with a focus on emerging technologies, data services, and cybersecurity.
Meredith has 15+ years of experience leading M&A transactions. Based in our New York office, she represents buyers and sellers of venture and PE-backed companies. Meredith was previously a partner at Cooley. She earned her BA at Dartmouth and her JD from Duke Law (where she has served as a visiting lecturer on venture M&A).
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