Form A Company
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By Amy Burkhoff
The Series limited liability company (the “Series LLC”) is more nuanced than an ordinary limited liability company, and for the right user, it provides flexibility that will streamline administration better than other alternative entities. Although there are some risks and uncertainties relating to the Series LLC, as discussed further below, the Series LLC is a useful tool to create a series of limited liability companies in a single vehicle, preserving limited liability and reducing the administrative expenses necessary to organize different lines of business or manage different properties.
Hear Mintz Levin's Daniel DeWolf and David Rose from Gust on the best ways to form your company, including the differences between LLCs and C-Corporations
In this discussion between Patrick Henry, CEO of QuestFusion, and Jeremy Glaser, partner and co-head of the Emerging Company and Venture Capital practice at Mintz Levin, we discuss the seven step process of creating a fundable startup found in Mr. Henry's book, PLAN COMMIT WIN: 90 Days to Creating a Fundable Startup.
Jeremy Glaser and Patrick Henry discuss some key considerations, other than cash, in selecting investors for your startup.
Watch Jeremy Glaser discuss how term sheets change the entire balance of power and negotiations. Find out why your singular focus should be on getting a term sheet, whatever its terms.
In this video, Jeremy Glaser discusses the corporate structures available to your startup company, and the pros and cons of each. We also touch on the benefits of incorporating in Delaware, especially if you plan on raising institutional rounds of financing.
When accepting money from outside investors, entrepreneurs are generally asked to give up some degree of control over their start-up, exchanging equity in their company for cash. In an effort to minimize the control they relinquish, upon formation of their company entrepreneurs can grant themselves equity that comes with special rights.
You have raised your friends and family/angel round, built out the beta of your product and have a few early paying customers. Now it is time to raise the money you need to grow from institutional investors. How do you get their attention when so many companies are in the same boat as you? Your executive summary – a one to two page teaser – is the crucial document you need to stand out among the noise and get noticed.