Starting a business is hard! If only it was as simple as building your prototype and executing on your business plan! At the same time, you need to make sure you don’t get whacked on the back of the head because you ignored (or were not aware of) certain legal requirements, which can render your company unfundable in the eyes of an investor.
In this TCVN workshop, Bart Greenberg, founder of Pivotal Law Firm, Inc., will discuss the more common mistakes made by start-ups, and how to avoid them.
Topics will include, among other things:
Bart Greenberg is the founder of Pivotal Law Firm, Inc. Bart has spent over 25 years at big law firms, including Haynes and Boone, LLP and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, practicing general corporate law with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financings and the cost-effective representation of entrepreneurs, start-ups and emerging technology companies. Bart’s experience extends to all types of general corporate matters, essentially serving as outside general counsel to most of his clients. Such matters include, among others, mergers and acquisitions, with an emphasis on consolidations and roll-up strategies; private securities offerings, with an emphasis on those for emerging technology companies, including so-called “friends and family,” angel and venture capital financings; debt financings, including senior credit facilities, as well as mezzanine, subordinated and vendor-facilitated debt facilities; the formation of business entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies and joint ventures; shareholder and buy-sell agreements; employment and consulting agreements; and employee compensation matters, with an emphasis on providing equity incentives to employees through the use of restricted stock, stock options and phantom stock plans.
TCVN Member: Free! Email email@example.com for your complimentary ticket
Non-Member Pre-Sale: $25
Non-Member at the Door: $35
Student w/valid ID: $10