The first dollars your company takes in are often the riskiest - a bad deal can set you down a path riddled with issues with capital, control, and problematic investors. This makes it imperative to not only ensure you are taking in the right amount of money for your company, but also the right type of money. Please join us for an in-depth discussion on how to avoid common pitfalls of early investment, and how to mitigate their effects when that isn't possible.
ABOUT DAN SIECK
Dan is a member of the firm's Emerging Companies + Venture Capital practice concentrates his practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, private equity, securities, technology law (including distributed ledger technology), and general corporate matters. In addition to his transaction-based practice, Dan has served as outside general counsel to emerging companies in the life sciences, software and technology spaces. He regularly speaks and writes on topics of interest to emerging companies and investors