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July 25, 2014

Startup Finance: A Venture Capitalist's Thoughts on Wash-Out Rounds

In a recent blog on Technori.com, Venture Best Co-chair, Paul Jones talks about Wash-Out Rounds. Please see the link below to view the full article.

Startup Finance: A VC’s Thoughts on Wash-Out Rounds

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About the Author

paul a. jones, of counsel, michael best law firm
Of Counsel

Paul Jones is Of Counsel to the Business Practice Group and Co-chair of the Venture BestTM team. Mr. Jones writes a blog found here: http://www.venturebest.com. His practice concentrates on representing emerging technology and life sciences companies in financing and other strategic transactions as well as general corporate matters. He also represents venture capital firms and other investors in emerging technology and other high impact businesses.

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