LAW-2299 Private Placements and Venture Capital Practicum
Mr. Timothy E. McAllister,
2 credits day; 2 credits evening.
This course provides students with an introduction to the basic types of documents that lawyers are called upon to negotiate and prepare in private equity financing transactions. Based on the model of a hypothetical high-technology start-up company, the course will explore different types of equity capital transactions, including private placements and venture capital investments. Using model documents from actual transactions, students will examine drafting and negotiation issues involving stock subscription agreements, investor questionnaires, private placement memoranda, warrants, and stock purchase agreements.
Prerequisite: Corporations; Completion or concurrent enrollment in Securities Regulation is strongly recommended.
Enrollment is limited: 15
Meets Skills Menu Requirement
Meets Financial Services Concentration Requirements
Meets Legal Technology and Innovation Concentration Requirements
<<Course Updated: March 14, 2016>>