I Wish I’d Known That:
Key Mistakes to Avoid When Negotiating Your Next Executive Position

MoFo BioMed Luncheon Series

04/19/2012 11:30 a.m. - 01:30 p.m.

Emerging Companies + Venture Capital and Life Sciences

Morrison & Foerster LLP
775 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Seminar

Palo Alto Marketing
marketingpa@mofo.com

Morrison & Foerster is pleased to present the next program in the MoFo BioMed Luncheon Series. These periodic networking and educational lunch programs focus on timely issues that affect the regional and global biopharma and medical device communities. Each program features guest speakers and subject matter experts from the business and legal communities who discuss relevant topics and answer questions concerning major challenges and opportunities in these sectors.

Our April program focuses on what biopharma and medical device executives should consider when taking a new position or renegotiating the terms of their current position, including:

  • Compensation terms, including cash and equity and other incentive compensation 
  • Severance 
  • Change in control protection 
  • Timing and documentation of arrangements in advance of a potential exit 
  • Management team compensation from the CEO’s perspective

The BioMed Luncheon series provides an excellent opportunity to network with industry peers, ask questions of experts in a variety of fields, and learn firsthand about issues directly affecting your business, as well as a free lunch!

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