Advising High-technology Companies

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Practising Law Institute, 2004 - Law - 1465 pages
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Starting, growing, and protecting high-technology companies in the current environment present special challenges to entrepreneurs and the lawyers who must advise them on a wide range of topics. To provide the practical guidance needed, Practising Law Institute's new Advising High-Technology Companies brings together the contributions of more than thirty experts in intellectual property, corporate law, securities, taxation, and other areas that affect technology companies in every stage of their development.From start-up financing to major corporate transactions like mergers and acquisitions, from privacy issues to compensation plans, from e-commerce to biotechnology-Advising High-Technology Companies addresses the key issues, provides practical analysis, and supplies relevant legal authorities. The book's many sample documents, forms, checklists, diagrams, and other materials make it even more useful.

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