Best Practices & Advice From the "Entrepreneur's Lawyer", Scott Edward Walker. This eBook is an organized and structured compilation of Scott's Edward Walker's best advice and practices from his blog, www.walkercorporatelaw.com/blog. For entrepreneurs of all sorts, The Startup Law Playbook is a roadmap for all legal issues and concerns related to startup endeavors. Scott Best Practices & Advice From the "Entrepreneur's Lawyer", Scott Edward Walker. This eBook is an organized and structured compilation of Scott's Edward Walker's best advice and practices from his blog, www.walkercorporatelaw.com/blog. For entrepreneurs of all sorts, The Startup Law Playbook is a roadmap for all legal issues and concerns related to startup endeavors. Scott is the founder and CEO of Walker Corporate Law Group, PLLC, a boutique corporate law firm specializing in the representation of entrepreneurs. Scott has over 17 years of broad corporate law experience, including nearly eight years at two prominent New York City law firms, where he represented major multinational corporations and financial institutions in billion-dollar transactions. Known as the "entrepreneur's lawyer", Scott launched Walker Corporate Law Group in 2004 and has built a strong team of lawyers who are committed to helping entrepreneurs succeed, with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City and Washington, D.C. Chapter Outline: Introduction Letter To Readers Chapter 1: Launching A Venture 101 — Formation Issues 10 things to get you thinking like a lawyer Chapter 2: Show Me The Money! Raising Capital Dealing with investors & securities laws The Top 10 Dos & Don'ts For Raising Capital Chapter 3: But I Don't Know Any Angels! Where to go if you're not connected Chapter 4: Pitching Your Potential 5 common mistakes to avoid in your pitch deck Chapter 5: Doing Deals Like The "Big Boys" How to negotiate like a big industry player Chapter 6: Who Gets What? 5 tips for founder vesting & splitting equity Chapter 7: How Do I Value My Startup? Figuring out what your company is worth to investors Chapter 8: Issuing Stock Options 10 tips for entrepreneurs Chapter 9: Minority Stockholder Rights Get familiar with state law rights Chapter 10: How To Cut Your Legal Bills In Half & Should you use your investor's lawyer? Chapter 11: Conclusion Guts, Desire and Passion Excerpt From The eBook: Where to go if you're not connected As a corporate lawyer for entrepreneurs, I am constantly asked by first-time entrepreneurs: "How do I raise seed capital if I don't know any investors?" This is a good question, and I have three answers for you. 1. And thanks to us, you can download the book The Startup Law Playbook at maximum speed without too much difficulty without worrying about the possibility of infecting your computer with a virus. On this page, you can The Startup Law Playbook without checking in. Free high speed download in epub, fd2, pdf format! Download audiobook The Startup Law Playbook mp3 of all formats without registration, free and convenient. Especially for you in our catalog of audio books. If You Don't Know Any Sophisticated Angels, Hustle and Build Relationships. First things first, if you're an entrepreneur looking for seed capital and don't know any sophisticated angel investors, you need to hustle and build relationships in order to get "warm" introductions. This is how the game is played. Entrepreneurs must first determine who would be the ideal investor for their company. They then must work hard to get an introductory phone call or email from a middleman whom the investor trusts and respects (ideally, another entrepreneur whom that investor has backed). How is this done? By banging on doors. By getting out and attending conferences and meetups, by blogging, by reading and commenting on other blogs, and by engaging on Twitter and other social media sites. In short, it takes tenacity and resourcefulness — qualities that every great entrepreneur possesses.