MBBP Held Series A Venture Capital Financing Event at Cambridge Innovation Center on 2/2/2017 02/06/2017Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Attorney News, Corporate, Events, Venture Capital & Private Equity.
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MBBP’s corporate partner Scott Bleier moderated our VC group’s event, “Series A Venture Capital Financing: A Review of 2016 and a Look Forward to 2017″ at the Cambridge Innovation Center on Thursday, February 2nd. Scott led our panel of VC and angel investors through a series of critical questions regarding raising capital. Additionally, the presentation included a review of 2016 Series A financing activity and preferred stock terms, and a forecast of financing activity for 2017.
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Attorneys Michael Cavaretta and Joseph Martinez of MBBP, will present at The Law of Digital Games, a comprehensive 2-day conference covering new technologies, opportunities, regulations, and business models at The Seaport Boston Hotel in Boston, MA, on November 5 and 6, 2012.
Cavaretta, an IP licensing attorney with wide experience in the interactive entertainment industry is co-chair of the program, which will feature international leading attorneys and business leaders who work in the digital games space. Topics covered will include:
- The changing face of the industry
- Massively multiplayer and social games: Explosion of the “fremium” revenue model
- Trans-media plays
- Technology licensing updates
- Trademarks, copyrights and rights of publicity
- Privacy, data and consumer protection
- The money game: Financing and exit strategy
- Digital distribution and new age publishers
- The changing face of deal-making: The expanding role of agents and brokers
- Employment issues
Cavaretta’s presentation, “New Age Publishers,” will cover the changing role of publishers in digital games distribution and how this affects negotiating “new age” publishing agreements.
Martinez’s presentation, “The Money Game Part One: Financing,” will cover: crowdfunding and other new opportunities under the JOBS Act; impacts on early-stage private financing; JOBS Act provision affecting later stage financing, including its potential impact on the market for IPO’s.
To register or to learn more, please visit the The Law of Digital Games event page.