Learn How to Incorporate Right – Don’t Waste Time and Money

Start Right and Stay Right.

Time and money are scarce resources for startups, so don’t waste them. Learn how to launch your company right from day one, so that you’re not scrambling to clean up your corporation when investors start to show interest.

We see too many entrepreneurs wasting time and money because they incorporate their companies on their own (or with the wrong attorneys). They simply don’t know what they’re doing.  It can be expensive to clean up a poorly structured company, and sometimes even dangerous, especially when you can’t undo bad startup decisions involving the ownership of stock or intellectual property.

Face it – chances are that you’re going to need to raise money for your startup. Join this webinar to learn how to incorporate your startup the right way, so that you are ready to dive in when it’s time to raise money for your venture.

Choose the Best Legal Structure – Give Your Investors What They Want

Investors don’t want surprises.  They want to invest in a company with a clean cap table and a legal structure that is ready for growth.  They want to understand with legal certainty what the company owns and who owns the company, both before and after their investments.  During this webinar, we will dig into the incorporation details that investors care about most, addressing the following questions:

  • Which type of legal entity is most attractive to investors?
  • Which corporate documents and contracts do investors look for?
  • How should you structure the initial equity capitalization and ownership?
  • Why do investors (and you) care about stock vesting?
  • What type of legal and administrative infrastructure will facilitate your future financing?

Your company’s legal structure should not be a bone of contention with investors.  Incorporate right and investors will nod their approval, allowing everyone to focus on negotiating the terms of the next financing.

Check out this webinar to start strong and keep pace with your investors.


Carlos D. Heredia Startup Attorney

Presented by Carlos Heredia

Startup Attorney (Stanford JD/MBA)

Carlos works closely with startups and growing companies across a variety of technologies and industries, advising them on legal and business matters at early-stage startup, funding and sale.  As a startup attorney, he has seen many business plans, approaches and decisions, many done well and many done wrong.  Carlos takes a practical legal approach with his clients and is dedicated to making a tangible difference and positive impact on their businesses, knowing firsthand the challenges of not only launching a startup, but also managing a successful business and planning for the future.

Jamie Norrdin

Presented by Jamie Norrdin

Startup Attorney 

Jamie has extensive experience assisting startups and growing companies with various business and corporate matters, including entity formation, debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance.  Jamie also focuses on a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions, including strategic alliances and joint ventures, technology licensing and acquisitions, clinical research and life science transactions, as well as manufacturing, supply and distribution relationships.


“Very insightful. I came away from this with a better understanding of what I should consider, both in the short term and the long.”

Brad Keiller, Founder of Nomad Donuts

“I’ve worked with CCG’s managing partner for years, through a successful acquisition. Great skills, service, efficiency and value. I’d highly recommend them vs. any big law firm.”

Tony Medrano, Founder of RapportBoost.AI, Inc.