Private Company Capital Raising – Late Stage Investing

Published

September 8, 2017

Sam Angus, Partner at Fenwick & West’s San Francisco office, discusses late stage of private company primary investing and the typical rights and preferences associated with that stage of investing.

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Sam Angus

Partner, Corporate, Samuel Angus concentrates his practice on advising startup/venture-backed companies, seed, venture capital and debt financings, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property licensing, joint ventures and general corporate matters. Sam represents a broad range of companies from privately held startup companies to publicly traded corporations. His practice also includes advising entrepreneurs and investors.

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