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Morrison & Foerster Speaker Series: Raising Angel Investment:(Convertible Note)
Morrison & Foerster and ActionSpot co-host a talk for entrepreneurs–established and and prospective alike. PLEASE REGISTER : DISCOUNT CODE : WWC30 Come learn about the legal side of founding a startup and what it takes to set your new venture up for long-term success. This eight-part series will arm you with the knowledge an entrepreneur needs to manage the legal aspects of launching and growing a startup and to avoid common mistakes that can have serious consequences down the road. Topics covered by this one hour session include: Choosing the right form of legal entity (e.g. corporation or LLC?) Incorporation process and key documents Organizational matters (including founder stock issuances and assignment of IP) Post-incorporation concerns (including agreggation of IP and creating equity incentives) This eight-part series will commence on September 21st and continue on the following dates: 10/19 – IP Basics for Startups 11/16 – Raising Angel Investment (including Convertible Note and SAFE Financing) 12/14 – Raising Venture Capital Investment (Deal Terms and Structure) 1/18 – Most Common Legal Mistakes of Startup Entrepreneurs 2/15 – Startup Equity Incentives 3/15 – Follow-on Venture Financing Complexities 4/19 – Selling Your Startup


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