Scott M. Perlov

Of Counsel | Denver

sperlov@mofo.com | (303) 592-1500 sperlov@mofo.com
(303) 592-1500

Scott Perlov is of counsel in Emerging Companies + Venture Capital Group of Morrison Foerster’s Denver office.

Scott’s practice focuses on providing general counseling to investors, startups, and emerging companies in all stages of the business lifecycle. Scott’s practice encompasses matters focusing on early stage Angel and venture capital financings, corporate infrastructure, securities, tax, and equity incentive issues. Scott represents a wide variety of technology companies, as well as a number of Angel and strategic investors, and venture capital firms.

Scott has extensive experience in financing documents, including structuring, negotiating, and drafting financing documents from the term sheet stage to closing. Scott has worked on hundreds of venture capital-type financings, both structured as convertible notes, or simple agreements for future equity (SAFEs), seed financings, and Series A preferred equity investments for early stage companies to later stage Series B, Series C, or pre-exit scenarios.

Scott also served as a pro bono supervising attorney for the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic at the University of Colorado School of Law.

Scott obtained his LL.M in Taxation from New York University School of Law. He earned his J.D, cum laude, from American University Washington College of Law. Scott also holds a M.B.A from Thunderbird School of Global Management-International Business School, and a B.A. from Colgate University. 

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