Greenberg Traurig is an international law firm with approximately 1900 attorneys and governmental affairs professionals in 38 commercial and government centers across the United States and in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Greenberg Traurig provides integrated, business-focused legal services for clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to innovative start-ups. The firm’s multidisciplinary teams include senior lawyers who have served as chief legal officers at major multinational companies and have spent years solving real-world problems in the business, political and legal arenas. For additional information, please visit www.gtlaw.com.
Thompson Bukher LLP is a New York-based law firm focusing on the intersection of corporate, securities, and intellectual property law. The firm counsels clients in digital, media, IT, and other emerging industries. Thompson Bukher prides itself on providing expertise in the key areas most relevant to its clients’ industries while maintaining an efficient and client-oriented culture. For more information please visit
Elana Broitman represents clients in New York City, New York State and Washington, D.C. on government affairs, procurement, regulatory, and policy matters. She also provides specific expertise in CFIUS matters, cybersecurity and sanctions. She has wide-ranging experience in government and business. Throughout her career, Elana has also held numerous positions within the federal government. Most recently, she served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy at the Defense Department. Prior to this, Elana spent nine years in private industry focused on intellectual property and international policy matters.
Tim Bukher is a partner at Thompson Bukher LLP, leading the firm's intellectual property and internet law practice groups in support of media, technology, and digital venture matters. As outside counsel to tech and software companies, Tim's practice focuses on complex transactions involving intellectual property licensing, venture capital, digital rights, and cyberlaw/privacy regulations including HIPAA and HiTech.
Tim’s firm focuses on the intersection of corporate, securities, and intellectual property law. To that end, Tim’s latest projects include JOBS Act based implementation of e-crowdsourcing as well as regulatory challenges in cryptocurrency transactions.
Partner whose practice focuses in business and complex litigation. Have litigated contractual, business torts, class actions, electronic theft of satellite signals, banking, insurance, commercial landlord-tenant, CEPA (whistleblower), NJ Law Against Discrimination, and have defended Judges accused of unethical judicial conduct before New Jersey’s Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct. Also, Trustee of the Plibrico 524(g) Asbestos Trust and Silica Trust. Served as CJA Panel Attorney in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in or about 1999 – 2001.