Henry C. Blackiston If you are a member of the Compensation Committee of a public company, you have your work cut out for you. The passage of Sarbanes-Oxley some years ago, the passage of section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code and adoption of over 300 pages of related regulations, the SEC proposals on Proxy…

A limited liability company has historically been considered an attractive structure for an entity based upon its flexibility in organizational structure (like a corporation or partnership), its taxation as a pass-through entity (like a partnership) and the owners’ limited liability for actions and debts of the company (like a corporation). Based on two recent Delaware…

As an entrepreneur or principal of a small business, particularly a start-up company, you have probably pursued or considered pursuing funding from a variety of sources, including debt financing, equity financing from friends and family or “angel” investors, and equity financing from a venture capital (“VC”) firm. This article focuses on the myriad aspects, both…

As a business owner, it is important to recognize that your business is not just where you work, but probably represents a significant portion of your net worth and your largest asset. The ability to monetize that asset is the most important financial event of your life. If you want to have a successful exit…

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