Latest thoughts from our lawyers on current issues of International and American law.
The U.S. government aims to increase its oversight of “space objects operations,” proposing new regulation for their certification.
In this article, we will explore the significance of triggering events within the context of SAFEs.
This article offers a concise but detailed look into both traditional and emerging fund structures, specifically focusing on Venture Capital (VC), Hedge Funds, and Private Equity (PE) funds.
You will probably hardly find much case law on space disputes in the public domain. Nevertheless, sometimes case files become available to the public. Today we will discuss five such notable space disputes.
More recently the tech industry has had to resort to dramatic cost-cutting, with many projects failing outright. In the midst of these developments, many investors are left wondering: do companies that raised money through SAFEs or SAFTs have any obligations at all?
If you don’t have the time to read the entire article, at least remember this: the number of issued shares may not exceed the number of authorized shares.
An explanation of the mechanics and shortcomings of the most popular instrument for investing in startups, plus our solution.
CEO, CFO, Treasurer, Secretary… If all these words make you worry about future hires, or confuse you in any other way, this article will serve as a helpful reference to remember who is who.