This practice area of Venture Capital law covers the financing, mergers and acquisition transactions, extensive strategic partnering transactions, and other provisions such as licensing, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) matters, reseller and Value Added Reseller (VAR) arrangements, as well as technology development partnerships and other joint ventures for early-stage startup companies. This type of law can also include non-VC financial transactions that involve private and public sale of debt and equity securities.
Here are a few sample corporate venture capital attorney job descriptions:
Corporate Venture Capital Attorney
Emerging Companies, Venture Capital Corporate Associate Attorney
The candidate should be a junior to mid-level associate with experience in emerging companies and venture capital. Must have 3-5 years of experience in a general corporate practice at a top national law firm. Should have you completed a significant number of venture capital financings. Must be admitted to practice in California. Should be interested in working on emerging growth company matters, M&A, public securities, SEC reporting and compliance, and/or capital markets transactions.