The Lifecycle of a Technology Company: Private Placements, Ipos and Public Company Regulation

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9781596220133: The Lifecycle of a Technology Company: Private Placements, Ipos and Public Company Regulation

At every stage of a technology company's growth cycle it faces different challenges, opportunities and legal issues. The Lifecycle of a Technology Company series addresses such issues in separate, distinct volumes to give readers critical information tools, specific to their particular needs. These books discuss the principle business, legal and tax issues at each phase of growth, offering bottom-line affecting, growth-driving and objective-specific tactics and other critical insights. Written and arranged by business lawyers with many years of experience in this legal discipline, each volume contains a general discussion of the issues representative of each growth phase, as well as in-depth articles and sample legal forms on selected topics. Different volumes for different stages with different sets of objectives - must-read books for anyone building, funding or exiting a technology company.

As the pool of exit opportunities continues to expand, one thing remains true - there is simply no sort of exit comparable to an IPO and a company can never be too prepared for such an undertaking. An equally exhaustive task is the private placement and in this book, authors guide readers through both. Beginning with the fundamentals of securities regulation for private companies to transitioning into a private placement or an IPO and finally being subject to public company regulation, this title avails the reader with the legal tools necessary and the preliminary know-how to successfully brace a private company for its next stage of development.

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Edwin L. Miller, Jr. has practiced corporate and securities law for over 30 years. He has represented issuers and underwriters in scores of IPOs, secondary stock offerings, convertible debt 144A/Reg. S offerings and PIPE transactions. He also has organized a number of private equity/venture capital funds and represented both venture capital firms and technology companies in many venture financings.

Carl F. Barnes has been a business lawyer for more than 18 years, specializing in representing large and small companies in public and private securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other complex transactions. A former general counsel to two publicly held companies with 7+ years of "in-house" experience, he also has substantial experience advising senior management on a wide range of legal and business issues.

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