“An excellent overview of the venture capital process from both the perspective of the investor and that of the company. ”
—Legal Information Alert
A single venture capital transaction can involve legal issues relating to corporate, securities, intellectual property, information technology, and employment laws. It also demands that practitioners balance the competing interests of founders, venture capitalists, directors, management, and others.
Venture Capital: Forms and Analysis provides a step-by-step framework for structuring, drafting and closing a venture capital deal, with a complete annotated set of the documents needed. It also features in-depth analysis from the perspective of both the company and the investor, as well as the latest guidance on best practices in venture transactions.
Coverage includes discussion and examples of letters of intent for equity-based and debt-based financing; due diligence requests and checklists; articles of incorporation for the venture-backed enterprise; convertible securities and anti-dilution provisions; the stock purchase agreement; investor rights agreements; control provisions that give investors authority over company decisions; investors' rights of first refusal and co-sale agreements; warrants and other equity "sweeteners"; promissory notes; founders agreements; closing opinion letters; and more.
This comprehensive book will help both novice and experienced practitioners avoid common drafting mistakes, omissions and ambiguities that can harm the company or its investors.
Book #00690; looseleaf, one volume, 704 pages; published in 2007, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN 978-1-58852-148-4
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