Conflict among founders is inevitable, and if there is no process in place to resolve conflicts they can tear a company apart. The primary purpose of a Founders’ Agreement is to prescribe a resolution for common conflicts and provide a process for resolving others. This program will cover typical terms in a Founders’ Agreement and how they can help your company.
Ben Hron (http://www.mccarter.com/Benjamin-M-Hron/) concentrates his practice on advising private companies, most in the life sciences and information technology industries, on general corporate matters, angel and venture capital financing, mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance and strategic collaborations. He also represents investors in connection with the financing of private companies. Ben has extensive experience working with entrepreneurs and emerging companies, often getting involved when a business is still in its infancy and helping guide the founders through the formative early stages of their company’s development. Ben also co-chairs the McCarter & English seminar series for entrepreneurs at the Cambridge Innovation Center.