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The Ten Most Important Deal Points in Venture Capital Financings Revealed.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of Video Leadership Seminars: Negotiating With VCs on the Ten Most Important Deal Points in Venture Capital Financings With Walter A. Wright III of Rich May PC to their offering.

The goal of this Video Leadership Seminar[TM] is to provide executives with deal critical information about negotiating with venture capitalists. The DVD is viewable on any computer or iPod (that supports video) and features 90 minutes of live video with Walter A. Wright III of Rich May LLP sharing his best practices on structuring and negotiating the ten most important deal points in venture capital financings - from a seasoned veteran who has done countless deals and can help make sure you get the best terms possible. The Video Leadership Seminar[TM] provides essential information for negotiation strategies with venture capitalists, including the 10 specific areas you need to pay the closest attention to and how to structure them to best fit your needs. This video is guaranteed to improve the terms of your deal and is a must see before finalizing any deal with investors.

Topics covered in the Video Leadership Seminar[TM] include:

1. A detailed look at the 10 most important deal points that affect VC Financing;

2. Step by step guide for negotiating with venture capitalists;

3. Specific negotiation strategies for valuations, management compensation, stock options, exit clauses, dilution terms, board member seats and more;

4. Specific negotiation strategies and a "cheat-sheet" for how far VCs are usually willing to negotiate on each item;

5. Roles and motivations of each party;

6. Specific wording for how certain sections should be structured;

7. Case Studies of specific situations and what you can learn from them.

About Walter A. Wright, III:

Walter A. Wright, III a Managing Director of the Boston business law firm, Rich May, leads a law and strategic counseling practice intensely focused on the organizational, venture financing, operational, capital and transactional requirements of emerging companies and entrepreneurs as well as representing venture capital funds and angel groups in investment transactions. Walt Wright is a magna cum laude graduate of both Boston College Law School (J.D.) and Tufts University (B.A., M.A). He serves in significant legal and strategic capacities with major entrepreneurs, emerging companies, executives, technologists and venture investors including: lead general and special legal counsel, corporate officer, stockholder, strategic advisor, personal counsel and limited partner. His complex and diverse practice embraces all aspects of the organization and operation of corporations, limited liability companies and other business ventures and non-profit organizations, securities law, corporate finance (including private placements, angel rounds and public offerings), technology licensing, mergers and acquisitions, contracts, joint ventures, digital, internet and e-commerce law, employee relations, corporate governance, preventative counseling, outsourcing and real estate. He represents firms, investors and entrepreneurs in numerous industries including the venture capital, computer and multimedia, e-commerce and internet, informational service, public relations and media communication, publishing, insurance, electronic, telecommunication, real estate, aquaculture and environmental business sectors. A citizen of the United States and the European Union (Ireland), Walter Wright's clients have New England, national and international operations and offices.

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Date:Nov 8, 2006
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