Due Diligence

Making Sure Your Business is Supported

Whether you are in a seed round or Series A round, we can help educate and support you on all aspects of raising capital and protect you interests along the way. Your prospective investors need as much information about your business as possible.

An experienced start-up lawyer can help you tell your story more effectively by guiding you through the process of setting up a quality data room, so you can put your best foot forward with your potential investors.

  • Due Diligence is a vital procedure in mergers and acquisitions aimed to confirm the validity and integrity of various aspects about the company.
  • Review/negotiate Term Sheets (basically letters of intent that would form the basis of an investment agreement should you and your investor decide to work together.
  • Update Cap Tables to include all investors to-date and their equity interests
  • Gather and organize documents and store in the cloud
  • Set security access levels (management, investors, employees)
Due Diligence Checklist

The checklist enables the due diligence process to ensure that the right choice of the investment is being made.

  • General Corporate Structure: Provides business overview, acquisition and financial documents
  • Marketing & Sales: Competition, markets, customer and pricing channels, customer relationships & product branding
  • Products: Describes product lines, product life cycle, compare products and available capacity
  • Operations: Service / property management agreements, supplier data, asset financials, licenses, equipment & machinery
  • Human Resources: Organizational chart, human resources policies, employee benefits, etc.
  • R&D: Review R&D budgets, technical capabilities, skills sets and new product development
  • Intellectual Property: Patents, trademarks, copyrights, non-disclosure agreements.
  • Licenses and royalty agreements
  • Contracts: Supply contracts, Guarantees, Partner Agreements
  • Real Estate: Deeds and titles, capital improvements, leases
    Insurance: Policies, premiums and losses
  • Legal Claims: Litigations, contingent liabilities, waivers or agreements for claims, consent decrees, judgments
    Permits, regulatory reports or audits




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