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Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Kathy works with the founders of hundreds of early stage startups and helps them use Shoobx to create incorporation, founder shares, financing, stock incentive plan, board consents, IP and HR documents, just to name a few. She also coaches startups on issues relating to Shoobx and due diligence management, working with counsel, 409a valuations, and employee option grants. Kathy is also a Corporate Attorney for Shoobx, and she was a legal fellow at the Boulder Trial Court and the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston. Kathy is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. She is on the Advisory Board of The Capital Network, a nonprofit that provides practical, hands-on education and personalized mentoring for founders as they navigate the fundraising process.

Posts By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

My Co-Founder Just Left, Now What?

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

What Should I Know About Share Purchase Price Below Fair Market Value?

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Falling Short of Your Fundraising Goals: Considerations for Next Steps

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

A Step-by-Step Guide to Hiring a Lawyer

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Equity Financing Documents: The Legal Agreements Behind Your Financing

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Term Sheets: Can I Fundraise Without One?

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Understanding Stock Certificates

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

A Guide to Term Sheet Terminology

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Round and Round, We Go! Naming Conventions for Seed, A, and B Fundraises

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Employee Equity: How You Can Get The Shares You Deserve, Even After You Leave

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

How to Grant Options to an Employee: A Step-By-Step Guide

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

The Top 7 Lies That Founders Tell Themselves

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Company Share Repurchase Windows: Don’t Let Your Employees Walk Away With More Shares Than They Have Earned

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

Working Effectively With Your Board: A Founder’s Introduction to Board Management

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

What is the Difference Between Creating a Delaware S Corp and a Delaware C Corp?

By Kathy Nolan, Client Services Manager and Corporate Attorney

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