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What to watch for in a VC term sheet

What to watch for in a VC term sheet

Mital Makadia Contributors Mital is a partner of Grellas Shah specializing in representing technology startups and founders of startups. She advises on a variety of corporate and transactional matters and negotiates and organizes equity financing, M&A transactions, and commercial and intellectual property transactions for her clients. When startup founders review ...

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Startup Law A to Z: Employment Law

Startup Law A to Z: Employment Law

Unless you are the founder, your startup will not succeed. Great teams are built on a great culture. However, any founder of a venture capital-backed startup will tell you that I myself believe that developing a positive corporate culture is more about art than science, and that it requires constant ...

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Verified Expert Lawyer: Jared Verzello

Verified Expert Lawyer: Jared Verzello

TechCrunch is describing great start-up lawyers, no matter where they work – including in new companies built around technology. Today, we are interviewing Jared Verzello of Atrium . Although the oldest law firm has begun to integrate document automation and analysis software, Atrium began this way. About two years ago, ...

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How we’re finding the best lawyers for early-stage startups

How we’re finding the best lawyers for early-stage startups

We approached 1,000 submissions from founders and leaders of startups in Silicon Valley and around the world, covering the best early technical lawyers to work with. When we collated through the survey response and began to arrange interviews with the first qualified candidates, we encountered a bunch of problems. We ...

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How to get your money’s worth from your startup lawyer

How to get your money’s worth from your startup lawyer

You will never know the legal services they provide for you as lawyers do. This is a typical information asymmetry in which a party that knows very little will get a worse deal. In this case, that is you, the startup company. As a co-founder of a lawyer and a ...

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