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New Accounting Rules for Development Stage Entities

Orange County Lawyer magazine  April 2015

2015 tax regulations are being implemented and promise to affect startups and development stage entities before they even turn a profit. What impact will this have on innovative companies still in the research and development phase?

F&T Founder Bob Fish teams up with CPA and Managing Partner of Haskell & White Wayne Pinnell to provide insights for pre-revenue startups on the new rules in April’s OC Lawyer magazine.


Fish & Tsang LLP named to 2015 Law Firms List

Orange County Business Journal – January 2015

Fish & Tsang LLP is one of Orange County Business Journal's top law firms. The publication’s prestigious list, which recognizes leading law firms in Orange County, features F&T as number 70. We are honored to be named to the 2015 list.


The Tragedy of the Anticommons (Is it Time for Compulsory Licensing?) 

Orange County Lawyer magazine - December 2014

It's not every day one sees a businessman giving away valuable business assets. Recently, however, Elon Musk did just that, announcing that Tesla Motors would not sue competitors or other good faith users for use of its patented technologies.

F&T Founding Partner Bob Fish pens an article in Orange County Lawyer magazine on the benefits and pitfalls of this type of open-market sharing, known as compulsory licensing.


Prominent Intellectual Property Law Firm Announced As First Orange County Title Sponsor of Walk MS

Fish & Tsang LLP teams up with Pacific South Coast Chapter's Walk MS in the fight against multiple sclerosis

December 2014

In partnership with the Pacific South Coast Chapter of the National MS Society, premier intellectual property law firm Fish & Tsang LLP (F&T) today announced a new role as title sponsor for Walk MS Orange County 2015, to be held at UC Irvine in April. Each year, Walk MS Orange County hosts nearly 5,000 participants and volunteers – mobilized to raise critical funds and awareness for multiple sclerosis, an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body.