Wednesday, December 2, 2020 | 1:30-2:30 PM ET
Some of the most appreciated aspects of life science start-ups are their agility, speed, focus, and creativity. But sometimes the application of those traits in company formation and evolution scenarios can result in scary and recurring nightmares for IP and corporate attorneys. Many of the mistakes life science start-ups commonly make during company formation can result in long-term negative consequences.
On Wednesday, December 2, join Fish Principals Chad Shear and Teresa Lavoie as they discuss some of the “horrible, no good, very bad day" scenarios they have witnessed in start-up formation and evolution, and as they provide practical advice to help minimize those horrible days. A few topics Chad and Teresa will discuss include:
- Early-stage deals and the importance of confidentiality
- Soliciting funding from third parties
- Dealing with egos
- Partnering with academics
- Determining what to disclose and to whom
Register today!Fish & Richardson, P.C. is an accredited CLE provider by the California, New York, and Texas State Continuing Legal Education Boards. (California Provider Number 4933). Fish & Richardson will apply for 1.0 hour of CLE credit in some additional states. Credit will be awarded only to attorneys who report their required CLE states during their registration process and who log in and complete the webinar in its entirety. Note that Fish is unable to grant CLE credit to attendees who listen to the audio portion only.