111 West Saint John Street Suite 200
San Francisco Bay Area, California 95113

SDForum is hosting a unique series of one-on-one executive coaching sessions with Mark Cameron White from White & Lee LLP on Oct 12, 2006.

Application Deadline: Sept 22, 2006

Gain legal expert advice on your questions about your start-up or emerging growth company, which may include how to structure your start-up, the legal steps involved in raising capital or the legal and business issues that you are facing in developing, licensing and protecting your company's software, products, and technology.

About White & Lee LLP:

White & Lee LLP is a premier boutique corporate law firm that provides critical legal service and business guidance to early- and mid-stage high-technology and other emerging growth companies.

Mark Cameron White is the Co-Founder and Partner of White & Lee LLP, a premier boutique corporate law firm with offices in Menlo Park, California and Portland, Oregon. Mark advises companies and venture capital funds on all matters relating to the formation, financing, growth and liquidity of technology-based enterprises. He has worked with recognized companies and venture funds such as HotMail, Classmates Online, and New Enterprise Associates. Prior to founding White & Lee, Mark was an attorney at Cooley Godward and Fenwick & West and was the Managing Director of the International Trade division of the Harper Group, a Fortune 500 company. Mark graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Rutgers University and received an MBA from Harvard Graduate School of Business and a JD from Boalt Hall, University of California at Berkeley.

If you are an entrepreneur or a CEO of an early or later stage company, please submit a one-page summary of your business for selection.

How to apply:

Please email one page executive summary to [email protected] by 5:00pm, Friday, Sept 22nd.

Free to SDForum members, $35 non members. Free to apply.

Official Website: http://www.sdforum.org/SDForum/Templates/CalendarEvent.aspx?CID=2008

Added by FullCalendar on August 18, 2006

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