The immigration process can be daunting, but it shouldn’t deter your business from securing the talent it needs to grow. Knowing how to best navigate the system and the options available to you are the keys to success. Overall, there
Immigrants are integral to the success of a business, particularly in the tech sector. Beyond the reality that there are immensely talented individuals around the world who are looking to make an impact with their abilities, the truth is that
“You filed your Section 83(b) election, right?” Silence. “Right?” I gave a presentation a few years ago on how to fix a missed tax code Section 83(b) election. My phone started ringing the moment I returned to my office. Turns
Equity awards and stock options, in particular, are linchpins among the recruiting tools relied on by venture-backed companies. Accordingly, companies interested in prioritizing transparency should make efforts to ensure that their employees understand the factors affecting the prospective value of
How do you think about the function of legal? The answer to that question can depend on who you ask. A sales leader might tell you that legal is a checkpoint to lob a deal over the fence and get
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The proliferation of SAFEs and Convertible Notes (collectively, “Convertible Securities”) the past few years has given rise to a new problem when raising your Series A financing – “party rounds” with a lot of stakeholders who prove difficult to manage.
A typical startup company authorizes one class of Common Stock with simple rights. An example of such rights is that each share of Common Stock is entitled to one vote on all matters subject to stockholder approval. However, as valuations