"Closing Time: When the Founder is Ready to Sell"
Tuesday, April 15, 2008
2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]
The exit strategy for most start-ups remains getting acquired by someone else. Join us for a program on the special issues that come into play the founders of a privately-held company want to sell out to a private equity firm or a professional roll-up operator.
Join these experts:
- Brad Finkelstein, Partner, Wilson Sonsoni Goodrich & Rosati LLP
- Don Harrison, Senior Counsel, Google
- Armand Della Monica, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis LLP
- Geoffrey Parnass, Partner, Parnass Law
- Sam Valenzisi, Vice President, Lincoln International LLC
The program will cover:
- Getting your clients over their fear and mistrust of the process
- How to handle term sheet negotiations
- The importance of covering tax issues at the start
- What to do about non-compete and employment agreements
- Negotiating deferred sales price issues in the context of an LBO structure
- Managing conflicts where there are several selling founders
- How to educate your clients about the key terms of the legal documents
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