Episode 8: We talk NDAs, Enforceability, and the Unlikely Path of a Tech Associate for Angel Diaz

Hey all you awesome ears, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind the Internet Law and Policy Foundry podcast! This is Emory, and even though I’m conspicuously absent from this upcoming conversation, we have an amazing episode coming right up.

Pinal and Joe talk with Angel Diaz, 2017 fellow at the foundry and technology associate at Gunderson Dettmer, about his journey from majoring in English and Poetry at UC Berkeley, to working at Google, to advising clients on frontier legal tech issues. Stay tuned for a discussion on the enforceability of NDA’s, the finer points of Terms of Service (which I promise is more interesting than that sounds!), privacy and confidentiality, and more!

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Joining us today:

Ángel Díaz is a Technology Associate at Gunderson Dettmer, where he counsels technology start-ups and venture capital firms through the changing landscape of IP, privacy, and data security issues. His research and interests focus on the intersection between emerging technology and social justice, including the surveillance of minority communities, consumer protection for non-native English speakers, and discrimination in digital advertising. Ángel received his J.D. from UC Berkeley School of Law, where he was Book Reviews and Essays Editor of the California Law Review, Annual Review Editor of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, and an extern for Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Before law school, Angel worked in the legal department at Google.