Counsel, VLP Law Group focusing on emerging growth companies.
Head of business development for J.Thelander Consulting, which provides statistics, analysis, trends and strategic compensation consulting to established and emerging client organizations.
16-plus years experience advising companies and their founders, with a particular focus on pre-IPO companies, through varied transactions, including equity compensation plan adoption, complex financings, mergers and acquisitions, and initial public offerings.
Corporate and securities attorney at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich& Rosati, working in both the Palo Alto and Seattle offices.
Served as corporate counsel for Mozes, Inc. (acquired by HelloWorld, Inc.).
The people we usually work with at a company are the CEO, CFO, VP or director of HR. We are sometimes asked to become involved in a company by the venture capital firm that has invested in it.
All employees in the organization are stakeholders in a company's compensation plan, as are the board of directors and investors.
For-profit, privately-held companies, with emphasis in technology, biotechnology and medical devices.
Typically, companies that have achieved at least $2 million in financing. Companies earlier in the development curve usually aren't ready yet to make the investment in a corporate compensation structure.