Feb 19, 2016
Three college friends have started a social media business and ask you to invest $20,000. Is this more likely Facebook or Farcebook? We asked Peter Feinberg, a veteran attorney with Hoge-Fenton of Silicon Valley for the more specific questions an early stage investor should ask. We discuss the Underpants Gnomes' Step 2 and loosely paraphrase Jean-Paul Sartre in considering whether "Hell is other investors." Join us for this discussion in Episode 70 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio.
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About Peter Feinberg
Peter Feinberg has almost 25 years’ experience representing primarily middle market companies in all aspects and many sectors of merger and acquisition transactions. Mr. Feinberg has successfully closed well over 100 merger and acquisition transactions, representing buyers and sellers, public and privately held companies, multinational firms, family owned businesses and private equity firms. He practices in Silicon Valley at Hoge Fenton Jones & Appel, a more than 60 year old, 40+ attorney firm. He has previously been a partner at Thelen Reid & Priest and Ferrari Ottoboni and has worked in house at NetApp and Clorox.