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Selling Your Company: The Letter of Intent

Posted in Technology Transactions

One of the first steps in the sale of your company will be entering into a Letter of Intent. In order to avoid drafting lengthy documents and spending time and money on attorneys unnecessarily, you should be certain that the primary terms of the sale are documented in a letter of intent. It is during… Continue Reading

Hiring Consultants

Posted in Technology Transactions

Technology companies receive services from a variety of individuals and often use consultants, either for marketing advice, for software development or for other discreet tasks. It’s important to be sure the consultants are properly classified as such (in which case, they are “independent contractors”) and that they should not be classified as employees. If you… Continue Reading

Intellectual Capital Development for Technology Companies, Cost Effective Adjunct to IP

Posted in Biotechnology, Development & Commercialization of Technology, Employment & Personnel Issues, Intellectual Property Litigation, Nanotechnology, Patent Counseling & Strategies, Technology News & Events, Technology Transactions, Venture Capital, Private Equity and Other Financings

 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… Continue Reading

START-UP STUDIOS – ANOTHER PATH FOR ENTREPRENEURS

Posted in Development & Commercialization of Technology, Technology News & Events, Technology Transactions, Venture Capital, Private Equity and Other Financings

One of the most rewarding aspects of practicing corporate law is the opportunity to represent a business from start-up to successful liquidity event.   While a business will face challenges throughout this life-cycle, some of the most important come at the beginning when an entrepreneur is trying to get his or her company off the ground. … Continue Reading