Monthly Archives: October 2013

M&A Event: Selling Up, Selling Out

Some say that record cash, disruptive change, aggressive new buyers, and rising valuations are making this the best time to sell in a decade. Learn how to achieve an optimal outcome and not be one of the deal disasters that … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Obstacles

If you are still digesting the 585 pages of rule changes on crowdfunding the SEC dropped last week, don’t worry, you are not alone. Folks are still processing all of the rules the SEC issued in July, which means if … Continue reading

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Securities Law 101

If you are the founder of a startup, unless you plan to self-fund and never grant stock options or other types of compensatory equity awards, you will need to familiarize yourself with both federal and state securities laws. The reason?  … Continue reading

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