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How to Determine (co)Founder Equity & Comp

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

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11:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

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Deciding what to grant yourself (or co-founders) in order to accurately plan for the future is a confusing and tough decision—especially when your business is just an idea and founder’s roles may still be unclear.

In this webinar, Natasha Allen, Attorney and a Managing Counsel of the General Counsel Group, will share the most common factors to consider when managing founder equity and comp structures, including:

  • Defining what’s critical to decide upfront
  • Tips for managing your cap table
  • Founder stock split & compensation
  • Equity-based compensation & early exercise options

This is a live webinar. We encourage the audience to ask questions as we will have a designated Q&A session.


Presenter

Natasha Allen, Managing Counsel, Atrium

Natasha is a co-Head of the Atrium Counsel Group at Atrium. Her practice includes startup and developing stage company advice, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), debt and equity financing, venture financing and corporate law matters. Natasha has a unique range and depth of experience, having worked in a combination of law firms and professional services firms in both Canada and the U.S., and developing stage companies in San Francisco. She previously advised for several years on tax planning strategies and cross-border financing matters.




Atrium has offered its legal services to over 250 startups, who have raised a billion dollars in funding. Atrium recently raised a $65 million Series B round led by Andreessen Horowitz.