--- business and corporation - corporations/partnerships
--- course production date: 8/30/2018
--- presented by TODD PAUL KULKIN

It is common knowledge that a business needs capital to survive, grow, and thrive. Savvy business attorneys have many tools at their disposal to help clients obtain and maintain the capital they need.

In this course, attorney Todd Kulkin provides a primer on many of those tools, preparing you to determine which ones are best for your clients and how to employ them for the maximum benefit.

Key course points are:
• Understand the major fundraising strategies of start-up companies large and small.
• Delve into the mindset of your client’s potential investors.
• Determine the optimal entity formation based on fundraising strategies.
• Identify valuation methods and strategies.
• Prepare your client’s exit strategy (and plan for it).

--- presented by TODD PAUL KULKIN

Todd Kulkin is a business attorney in New York providing legal services to small to medium sized businesses, start-ups and nonprofit organizations. He counsels business owners throughout the U.S. as well as international transactions.

Starting his career working for one of the country’s largest law firms, Todd’s time was split between two practice areas: general liability defense and providing corporate and regulatory advice to major companies. He uses this experience as a civil defense litigator to advise clients on how to mitigate their liability.

University at Buffalo (State University of New York) School of Law
Juris Doctorate, Financial Transactions

Editor of the Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Bachelor of Arts,
Majored in: Classical Studies, Classical Archaeology & Ancient History and Philosophy. Graduated with Honors