Joe Vo is currently General Counsel for Asia Pacific and India at Nvidia. Previously, Joe worked as a patent attorney, business development manager and test engineer. Joe Vo has worked in engineering and legal practice for over 30 years. Quantum Corp. has hired former NVIDIA Corp. senior counsel Brian Cabrera as its new general counsel and chief compliance officer, replacing former general counsel Regan MacPherson. Help us make statutory salaries more transparent. Get exclusive access to anonymized legal salary data. “Brian`s extensive legal experience in the software and technology industry will be critical as Quantum continues its transition to software-defined solutions for storing and managing video and unstructured data,” Jamie Lerner, CEO of Quantum, said in a statement Monday. Advice and guidance on general corporate matters, including securities and corporate governance, public company reporting and disclosure, employment law, compensation and benefits, and other general legal advice for the company Tim Teter is Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of NVIDIA. He joined the firm in 2017, after more than two decades with the law firm of Cooley LLP.
Excellent legal and business judgment and attention to detail Cabrera`s experience with technology companies dates back to 1993, when he joined Silicon Graphics Inc. as legal counsel. He then worked for Netscape Communications, PeopleSoft Inc., now operated by Oracle Corp., Callidus Software Inc. and Synopsys Inc. Cabrera most recently served as U.S. Assistant Attorney for the Justice Department`s Criminal Division, where he served for more than three years. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President and General Counsel at NVIDIA, a software company that makes graphics processors or GPUs. MacPherson, Quantum`s former general counsel, left the company earlier this year to join solar company SunPower Corp. as general counsel. Experience with U.S. securities laws, compliance and disclosure requirements, executive compensation and corporate governance rules Tim received a J.D. from Stanford Law School in 1993, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Stanford Law Review, and a B.S.
in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Davis in 1988. Quantum has hired several new executives in recent months, including Rick Valentine as Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer, Brian Pawlowski as Chief Development Officer, Anand Chakravarthi as Sales Director for the Middle East and India, and Anthony Koo as Director of Business Development for the Asia-Pacific region. Teter holds a JD from Stanford Law School and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Davis. Sociable, optimistic, independent, positive and flexible Reputable current member of the California State Bar With competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, we are widely regarded as one of the most desirable employers in the tech world, and we have some of the most progressive and hard-working people in the world working for us. Due to exceptional growth, our top-notch teams are growing rapidly, so if you`re creative and empowered with a true passion for technology, we want to hear from you. NVIDIA`s legal team is looking for in-house counsel to be part of a dynamic and growing corporate and legal team. Joe Vo received his bachelor`s degree in electrical engineering from Santa Clara University. Joe then received his J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Law degree from the best law school with excellent academic qualifications We have opened the original job posting in a new tab. Having trouble finding the tab? Open it here. Most recently, he was a partner at Cooley, where he focused on patent and technology litigation.
Prior to law school, he worked as an engineer at the Lockheed Missiles and Space Company. Timothy S. Teter is Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of NVIDIA Corporation. He joined NVIDIA in January 2017. Extensive experience in creating and maintaining corporate entities, including shares and board and shareholder meetings Contact reporter on this article: Ruiqi Chen in Washington, D.C. with firstname.lastname@example.org experience working with senior management and the ability to work well and identify with company employees at all levels Contact the editors responsible for this article: Chris Opfer at email@example.comJohn Hughes in Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org Prior to Cooley, Tim worked for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco and the U.S. District Court for the District central California in Los Angeles. Prior to joining NVIDIA, Tim was a partner at the law firm of Cooley LLP, where he spent more than two decades negotiating patent and technology matters in the United States. Joe Vo reports to Tim Teter, EPP, General Counsel and Secretary. “Unstructured data is timely,” Cabrera told Bloomberg Law, “because people use Amazon, TikTok, YouTube and others.” The San Jose, California-based tech company went public in February and provides storage and management solutions for unstructured data such as video and digital images.
Customers include NASA, Buzzfeed Inc. and AirBus SE, according to the company`s website. Ability to think creatively, work independently and work proactively in a rapidly changing environment Prior to law school, Tim worked as an engineer at Lockheed Missiles and Space Co. in Sunnyvale, where he worked on the Hubble Space Telescope program. Cabrera began his career at the California Department of Justice and the San Francisco-based law firm of Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon, which closed in 1999. Assist with corporate transactions such as investments, acquisitions, financings and other strategic transactions, including due diligence and contract drafting and negotiation Ability to manage complexity and requirements with a sense of urgency, drive and passion In 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission charged Quantum $1 million to hear accusations of internal violations Adjust accounting controls from 2015 to 2017. Lerner said at the time that the company could now focus on growing and delivering “sustainable value” to its customers. Curiosity and willingness to look for topics outside the field.