Venture Capital, Private Equity and Other Financings

06.22.21

Join us for a webinar series on Investing in University Startup Companies.

June 22  |  Overview of Venture Capital Deals: What Founders Need to Know
Speakers: Alex AllemannKristin Naidysh, and Andrew Steele

Topics discussed include legal issues, financial structures and implications. We are grateful for our guest panelists from Activant.

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06.08.21

Join us for a webinar series on Investing in University Startup Companies.
June 8  |  Legal and Financial Due Diligence: Looking Under the Hood
Topics discussed include legal issues, financial structures and implications, and intellectual property due diligence for venture capital transactions. We are

Winstead PC is collaborating with Texas Health Catalyst at Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin to support entrepreneurs who are in the early stages of developing their healthcare technology products.

Spearheaded by Dr. Nishi Viswanathan, Texas Health Catalyst is based on a unique model focused on the development of early-stage

One of your first tasks in financing your technology company is likely to be completing your initial equity financing with outside investors. Typically, these financings are done with a venture capital firm (“VC”), angel investors or “friends and family” and the company will sell Series A Preferred Stock. Some of the primary negotiating points in

On August 4, 2014, the SEC issued an Investor Alert citing 10 Red Flags that should give investors an indication that an unregistered offering may be a scam.  If you are considering an investment in an unregistered offering or you are advising a client who is considering such an offering, you should consider the following

In a recent guest post on the Patently-O blog by Dennis Crouch, http://patentlyo.com/, William Mann, an assistant professor of finance at the Anderson School of Management, UCLA, notes the explosion in USPTO filings that record a creditor’s security interest in a patent.  Secured debt can be a significant source of financing for many technology

In late April, the Texas Securities Board issued proposed regulations that would allow crowdfunding in intrastate transactions in Texas.  The word on the street is that the proposed regulations will become final in August 2014.  If they do, Texas will become the 8th  and the largest state to enact intrastate crowdfunding.

Under the proposed

 The term Intellectual Capital means different things to different people even in the technology space.  For business planning purposes, intellectual capital should be recognized as more than patents, copyrights, and other forms of intellectual property, extending broadly to employee skills, knowledge, and problem solving abilities.  This is sometimes referred to as a company’s or its