UT Austin B.A., Harvard J.D. I’m a corporate, technology, and venture capital attorney in the Startup and Emerging Technology Group of Miller Egan‘s Austin office, where I represent leading early-stage companies and entrepreneurs across a variety of tech-focused industries – my kind of people.
As a technologist who practices law, my goal is to be a source of insight for founders on business, finance, and even product strategy. The purpose of this blog, particularly the Learn the Essentials section, is to provide Texas-based founders a curated resource for educating themselves on core startup law & finance concepts, without wasting money or equity on lawyers or advisors.
And acting as my firm’s Chief Technology Officer, I follow the latest tools that allow us to efficiently serve startups at all development stages and legal budgets: from the solo founder to the venture-backed company being acquired or going public. I write about legal technology frequently on this blog.
Experienced early-stage corporate and venture capital lawyers are an essential part of any startup ecosystem. I consider myself incredibly lucky to be part of a law firm that combines the experience and breadth of a top-tier traditional firm, with the flexibility and efficiency of a boutique firm.
Obligatory Disclaimer: The purpose of this blog is to provide conceptual educational materials to entrepreneurs and startup law practitioners. Individual circumstances vary, and any particular path of action suggested by an article or blog post may be inappropriate for your particular context. That’s why you should hire a lawyer. If, after reading this blog, you decide to take matters into your own hands and mess something up, don’t complain to me about it. It’s a risky world we live in. I warned you.