SE Tech Podcast Ep. 77 – Vu Partners with Chris Mailander

February 24th, 2020
MMM Tech Law Video Channel

In this episode, we speak with Chris Mailander, Managing Director of Vu Partners.

Vu Partners is a team of seasoned, creative professionals who are well-versed in operations, deal strategy, due diligence, partner development, negotiation, and execution.

Their hands-on, client-centric approach allows them to develop a tailored solution that helps their clients achieve their long-term objectives.setechpodcastpodcaststartupstrategyconsultingentrepreneur

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SE Tech Podcast Ep. 75 -Omedym with Greg Dickinson

February 24th, 2020
MMM Tech Law Video Channel

In this episode, we speak with Greg Dickinson, CEO of Omedym. Omedym is how businesses deliver and customers access information, throughout the customer journey – starting with the product demo. Their on-demand, self-service platform changes the economics and outcomes for our customers, as well as the experience for their customers.

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Webinar | The Government Market – Too Big To Ignore

The Government Market—Too Big To Ignore

Andrew Mohr and Kelly Kroll with MMM’s Government Contracts group in Washington, DC discuss how to win business from federal, state and local governments. In this 60-minute discussion, Kroll and Mohr review:
• How can my company generate revenue from the US government?
• Do we need to get a GSA schedule, and if so, how do I get one?
• How do I find a prime contractor that I can subcontract with for government contract work?
• Is my tech company a “small business” under federal guidelines?
• Do we need to get

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Five Takeaways from MIT Business of Blockchain (April 22-23 / Boston, MA)

By: Rachel Neufeld

The MMM Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Group was recently in attendance at the MIT Business of Blockchain event, kicking off an exciting spring tour of conferences focusing on this promising new technology.

5 takeaways from the event:

1. There are many different types of blockchains.
The word “blockchain” is a catchall phrase that describes a type of distributed ledger technology that uses cryptography to secure its data in an immutable way. There are many different types of blockchains: public blockchains, private blockchains, and permissioned blockchains. These blockchains use different consensus mechanisms (e.g. proof of work and proof of stake) and different cryptographic

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MMM’s Austin Mills discusses Blockchain’s legal issues and his role as chair of the firm’s Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Group


Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency represent a potential paradigm shift in the way we transact with each other. The number of potential uses is wide-ranging and open-ended — it’s a reality that could disrupt any industry that involves the movement of data or value. Most industries and business models will at least be exposed to blockchain technology.

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