Software Development Forum (SDForum) presents:
Coaching Session with Hanson, Bridgett, Marcus, Vlahos & Rudy, LLP
Tue, May 3, 9:00am-12:00pm, San Jose
MORE INFO: http://www.sdforum.org/coachinghansonbridgett
SDForum is hosting a morning of one-on-one legal coaching sessions with attorneys from the Emerging Companies Practice Group of the law firm of Hanson Bridgett. These meetings are designed to focus on addressing the legal needs of emerging companies and help founders and CEOs meet the ongoing challenges of new company growth. This is a prime opportunity to get legal perspectives on your issues about forming a corporation, raising capital--whether at a seed or venture round--and whether through common stock, convertible notes, or preferred stock, and dotting i's and crossing t's on sewing up intellectual-property rights.
Hanson Bridgett takes a team approach in working with clients to provide a more comprehensive source of legal counsel. The attorneys who plan to participate in the sessions include David Longinotti, Teresa Pahl, Scott Smith, Jonathan Storper, Fred Weil, and Garner Weng. In aggregate, they boast over a century of experience covering topics such as general corporate formation and securities issues, venture-capital and other financing, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, stock incentive plans, tax, leasing and real estate, and intellectual-property licensing and protection.
Partners from Hanson Bridgett's Emerging Companies Practice Group are looking to have an interactive conversation with five to 10 companies in a range of technology fields and industries.
Hanson Bridgett has represented more than 60 emerging companies, as well as larger and more established technology companies and industry trade associations.
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 submit one page summary by 5:00pm, Monday, April 18th
Please email one page executive summary to [email protected]
DATE & TIME:
Tuesday, May 3
111 W. Saint John, Suite 200
San Jose, CA, 95113
COST & REGISTRATION:
FREE to SDForum Members, $35.00 Non-Members.
Email: [email protected]
About Software Development Forum (SDForum):
SDForum is the leading Silicon Valley software organization with deep ties to entrepreneurs, developers, venture capitalists, industry experts and major technology companies. With a 10,000-person reach, 2000 individual members and 20-30 events each month, SDForum is the single best source of information, education and connection for people seeking to build a business and career in Silicon Valley.
Added by nancytubbs on March 26, 2005