David Broadwin Publishes Article on Seed Preferred Documents With VC Experts
December 1, 2011
VC Experts, an online news source for private equity and venture capital professionals, recently published the article “Good Seed; Bad Seed (Preferred That Is)” by Foley Hoag LLP partner David Broadwin.
In the article, Broadwin, who heads Foley Hoag’s Emerging Enterprise Center, discusses the idea of “standard” open source seed preferred documents. Broadwin’s practice focuses on representing venture-financed technology companies and buyers and sellers of public and private companies.
Broadwin also is a regular contributor to Foley Hoag’s Emerging Enterprise Center Blog.
Foley Hoag offers venture capital and emerging company clients highly experienced, issue-focused counsel, which is integrated with the firm’s full-service practice. Working with lawyers from other practices within the firm, the Venture Capital and Emerging Companies Practice can provide clients assistance for all matters, even if they reach beyond traditional venture capital and emerging company issues.
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