Posts Tagged ‘seed investments’

VC Term Sheets – Protective Provisions

by Scott Edward Walker on April 7th, 2011


This post originally appeared as part of the “Ask the Attorney” column I am writing for VentureBeat.  Below is a longer, more comprehensive version, which is part of my ongoing series on venture capital term sheets.  Here are the issues I have addressed to date:

Today’s post relates to protective provisions, which is something VC investors almost always require in a priced round (i.e., the issuance of preferred stock), as opposed to the issuance of convertible notes.