In the first installment of Mintz’s multipart series addressing common questions relating to forming and financing a new enterprise, Jeremy Glaser and Sebastian Lucier discuss the timing of forming an entity, the differences between the two most common choices (corporation and LLC), and the best jurisdiction to position a company for outside investment.
Jeremy D. Glaser is Co-chair of Mintz's Venture Capital & Emerging Companies Practice. He has over three decades of experience guiding life sciences and technology companies in growth and financing strategies, including public offerings, financings, mergers and acquisitions, and SEC compliance.
Sebastian E. Lucier is a highly technical attorney at Mintz. He has deep ties to the start-up community and significant experience related to financing, corporate formation and governance, and mergers and acquisitions. Sebastian understands how to use the law to advance a company's strategic plan.