One of the first major decisions a startup founder makes is selecting an entity structure. Each type of entity has its own advantages and disadvantages. The most advantageous choice of entity, or combination of entities, will depend on your particular business, your tax situation, the nature of your current and future financing needs, and other factors.
In this session, Justin Borrowdale, attorney at Weintraub Tobin, will help you navigate the process of determining which legal entity type is right for your business.
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This event is hosted by StartupSac. The Mission of StartupSac is to accelerate Sacramento’s startup and innovation ecosystem by informing, educating, empowering, and connecting its startup founders and innovators. Learn more here.
This event is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2022!
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Justin Borrowdale, Attorney, Weintraub Tobin
Justin focuses his practice on counseling both public and private clients through finance transactions, merger and acquisition deals, and related commercial transactions. Justin counsels startups and emerging companies in formation, financing, and intellectual property matters. He has experience working with both selling and acquiring companies on M&A deals, as well as with both companies and investors on financing transactions. He assists companies in solving corporate governance and commercial agreement issues, including complying with SEC and NASDAQ reporting obligations for his public company clients
Weintraub Tobin is an innovative provider of sophisticated legal services to dynamic businesses and business owners, individuals, emerging companies, and nonprofits. From California roots dating back to 1852, the Firm has become a statewide presence, with locations in each of the state’s major business hubs: Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Francisco. More than 75 attorneys serve U.S. and global clients’ business law and litigation needs. Weintraub is known for its transactional work, representing businesses and individuals in corporate, tax, labor and employment, intellectual property, entertainment, and real estate, as well as trusts and estates matters. The Firm has a deep litigation bench of experienced trial lawyers, with many areas of specialty. Firm clients are in a wide range of industries including manufacturing, banking, agribusiness, entertainment, hospitality, technology, and biotech.