Join Nicole Moss for a discussion about the legal issues that founding teams need to consider before launching their startups. Nicole, an attorney with Campbell & Riggs, LLP will speak about the issues founding teams need to address before starting their businesses, including, but not limited to choice of business entity, procedures for starting a company, splitting of investment, ownership, management, etc.
Nicole Moss is an attorney with the law firm of Campbell & Riggs, P.C., where she focuses on taking startup companies from inception to liquidity, as well as other corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions and private securities transactions. Previous experience includes: serving as General Counsel to a small investment fund in Houston; advising private equity and venture capital clients in fund formation and M&A activities as an attorney in the Boston office of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP; and serving as marketing and programs manager at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Entrepreneurship Center. Prior to that, Nicole founded and ran BluePrint, a provider of non-core services to startups in and around Boston and also recruited founding team and advisory board members for startups at Cambridge Incubator. Nicole is a guest lecturer for the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston. She is licensed in Texas and Massachusetts.
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