How to Split the Pie, Raise Money and Reward Contributors

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What’s my startup worth? How much equity should founders have? How much equity should I give to employees and consultants? How much should I give the VC’s?

Silicon Valley startup attorney Roger Royse of the Royse Law Firm discusses the basic valuation and ownership issues involved in a startup’s life, from formation to financing to exit, including how to value your company and the contributions of stakeholders and investors at each step with a particular emphasis on different models, best practices and traps to avoid.

Agenda

6:30 pm to 7:00 pm Check In, Food, Networking Reception

7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Presentation, Q & A

8:30 pm to 9:00 pm More Networking

About the Speaker

Roger Royse is the founder of Royse Law Firm, PC, a business and tax law firm with offices in Northern and Southern California (www.rroyselaw.com (http://www.rroyselaw.com/)). Roger practices in the areas of corporate and securities law, domestic and international tax, mergers and acquisitions, and fund formation. His clients include international emerging and middle-market companies and high net worth individuals. Roger has represented companies in a variety of industries, including clean tech, Internet, life sciences, entertainment and new media, sports, real estate, retail and mobile devices and applications. Practicing since 1984, Roger’s background includes work with prominent San Francisco Bay area law firms as well as Milbank, Tweed, Hadley and McCloy in New York City. Roger is an adjunct professor at the Golden Gate University Law School Tax program (Corporate, International, Property Transactions) and is a frequent speaker, writer, radio guest, blogger and panelist for bar associations, CPA organizations, and business groups. Roger is a Northern California Super Lawyer, is AV Peer-Rated by Martindale Hubbell, and has a “Superb” rating from Avvo.

If you have questions about the content of this presentation, you can reach Roger at:

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