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    04.12.18 CUBE Networking Reception and Panel Discussion - Fifth Annual Innovators Competition
    Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship CUBE

    Thursday, April 12
    6:30 to 8:30 p.m. CUBE Networking Reception and Panel Discussion - Resiliency in the Grid: Renewable Energy Ventures and the Law

    Brooklyn Law School
    Feil Hall, Forchelli Conference Center, 22nd Floor
    205 State Street
    Brooklyn, NY

    Before the reception and panel, you are also invited to attend the Fifth Annual CUBE Innovators Competition from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.


    About the Discussion

    The Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) at Brooklyn Law School and the Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP) at Stony Brook University will convene a panel of thought leaders to explore innovations and new businesses working in the renewable energy sector, and the legal challenges they encounter. How do startups using cutting-edge technologies navigate legacy rules and regulations? How are major utilities preparing for the transition to resilient power and urban design? Please join us to explore these and other issues arising during this revolutionary transformation.

    Philip DeCicco, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, National Grid
    Peter Fusco, Partner, Corporate, Technology Companies Group, Orrick
    Jerritt Gluck, Founder & CEO, Bonded Energy Solutions
    Alexandra Iosso, COO at Dagmy Motors
    Harrison Perl, Co-Founder/CEO, C4Coin
    Lissa So, Founding Partner, Marvel Architects 

    Dave Hamilton, Executive Director, CEBIP at Stony Brook University
    John Rudikoff, CEO and Managing Director, CUBE, Brooklyn Law School

    CUBE would like to thank National Grid USA for their generous support of this event.

    CUBE Innovators Competition
    Watch Brooklyn Law School’s own version of “Shark Tank,” in which five teams of students present to a distinguished panel of judges their proposals for entrepreneurial approaches to address social and business issues or legal problems and legal practice.

    Brooklyn Law School
    Feil Hall, Geraldo’s Café
    205 State Street
    Brooklyn, NY

    CUBE Innovator Competition Judges:

    Bob Manne ’77, CUBE Entrepreneur in Residence, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Ultimate Software Group
    Andy Sturner ‘90, Founder and Chairman of Aquamarine Partners
    Lori Ann Wardi ’92, Vice President at NeuStar
    Lili Rogowsky ’16, Founder of Rogowsky Law
    Scott Stuart ’87, Founder & Co-CEO at Esquify
    Dimitri Nemerovsky ’00, Founder of Vida and SolidX

    Prizes will be awarded, made possible through the generous contribution and support of CUBE by the Nancy and Stanley M. Grossman ’67 CUBE Fellowship Fund.

    Watch last year's program.

    About the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE)
    Brooklyn Law School’s Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship, or CUBE, is a hub for exploring legal issues surrounding entrepreneurship, and for providing effective legal representation and support for new commercial and not-for-profit businesses — while also training the next generation of business lawyers to advise and participate in these sectors.

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