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Richard Hsu on Faculty of Stanford Law School’s Directors’ College 2011

31 May 2011
STANFORD, California, May 31, 2011 — Richard C. Hsu, a corporate partner in the Silicon Valley office of King & Spalding, will serve as a member of the faculty for the Seventeenth Annual Directors’ College at Stanford Law School, June 19-21. The program is presented by Stanford University’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance.

Hsu will be a panelist at a breakout session titled “Intellectual Property and the Board,” which will take a look at key IP issues facing corporate boards, including:
  • IP litigation expenses
  • Building the right patent portfolio
  • Responding to “patent trolls”
  • Internet copyright and trademark business strategy
Hsu advises companies on corporate, licensing and associated business and intellectual property issues. He has extensive experience in structuring and negotiating corporate and technology transactions, including acquisitions, asset purchase, licensing, development and other partnering agreements for the life science, semiconductor, medical device, electronics/software and financial services industries.  He also has expertise in intellectual property asset management and licensing, having assisted numerous clients to develop and implement strategies to acquire, protect, enforce and commercialize various forms of intellectual property. Directors’ College is the nation’s premier executive education program for directors and senior executives of publicly traded firms. Now in its 17th year, Stanford Law School Directors’ College brings together leading CEOs, directors, jurists, scholars and regulators for a rigorous and balanced examination of corporate governance, strategy and compliance.

About King & Spalding

Celebrating 125 years of service, King & Spalding is an international law firm with more than 800 lawyers in Abu Dhabi, Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Dubai, Frankfurt, Geneva, Houston, London, Moscow, New York, Paris, Riyadh (affiliated office), San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Singapore and Washington, D.C. The firm represents half of the Fortune 100 and, according to a Corporate Counsel survey in August 2009, ranks fifth in its total number of representations of those companies. For additional information, visit
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