New York, NY – May 13, 2011
MasurLaw is co-sponsoring New York Tech: The VC View – Friday May 13, 10:30am-11:45am @ New York City Bar.
Featured speakers include:
Steve Brotman, Managing Partner, GSA Venture Partners
Lori Smith, Partner, Sedgwick LLP
Owen Davis, Managing Director, NYC Seed
Brad Hargreaves, Founding Partner, General Assembly
Steven Masur, Managing Partner, MasurLaw
Jesal Sheth, Financial Specialist, NY Industrial Technology Assistance Corp (ITAC)
We will discuss the current venture funding market, new deal structures, the aftermath of the convertible note and exit opportunities.
New York Tech: The VC View
Sponsored by the Technology & Venture Law Committee
of the Business Law Section
May 13, 2011
10:30 – 11:45 a.m.
New York City Bar
42 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
As a non-credit presentation, this program is free, but pre-registration is required.
To effectively represent technology companies and their constituents, lawyers must understand the industry climate in which their clients operate. Join us for the first in our series designed to educate legal counsel on the state of the technology industry in New York.
New York’s tech industry predates the personal computer, but has lagged behind Silicon Valley. Now, with companies like Second Market, Twitter, Etsy and FourSquare, the NY tech industry has been reinvigorated. A new day has dawned and, along with it, new deal structures. The days of multimillion-dollar pre-revenue fundings may be gone, but many companies ARE getting the attention of a wider range of venture capitalists and other funding sources.
Come get the latest insights on how venture capital is backing NY’s tech industry. Learn what deals are being done, what it takes to get funded, and how company lawyers can help pave the way from first interest to a closed deal.