Venture Capital

As more social enterprises seek to obtain investment capital to help grow their business, it is important for Officers, Directors, and Founders to identify potential liabilities, and deal with them, before seeking financing. Many early stage companies have known outstanding liabilities facing them that must be addressed prior to raising investor capital.  Whether it’s a founder who moved on before things took off, a former employee or independent contractor who left the company, or other entity who may have a claim of equity in the company or money owed, nothing can derail a potential financing faster than some third......


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