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Venture capital financing

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Venture capital financing

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Right Media Inc. (auction-based exchange for the sale of Internet advertising): All financing, legal, and business advice, from start-up to recent sale to Yahoo! Inc., for a total transaction value of $850 million. Major League Gaming Inc. (organizes domestic and international console gaming competitions): Series A and Series B funding rounds ($35 million in the aggregate) and related corporate, technology, and employment matters. Cellufun, Inc. (downloadable cell phone games): Series A funding and all related corporate, technology, and employment matters. Xtreme Power, Inc. (power technology company): Handled and closed a venture debt financing for an undisclosed sum. Mo’ Jiva (specializes in cell phone advertising and the development of mobile ads): Represented the company in a recently closed venture financing. Calnetix Power Solutions (Manufacturer of efficient power generation systems for the globally distributed energy market): Handled licensing, manufacturing, and distribution of matters. Built NY, Inc. (designer and manufactures neoprene totes for wine bottles, electronic devices, and baby products): General funding and related corporate matters. Broadcast.com Inc. Handled all financings, from incorporation to IPO. The Wall Street Journal called this IPO “the most successful initial public offering ever, rising nearly 250 percent in its first day of trading.” Internet Appliance Network $20 million issuance; investors included Chase Venture Capital Associates, The Flatiron Funds, and Seligman Funds. Delirium Corporation $16 million investment by General Atlantic Partners. NextJet, Inc. First- and second-round financings of more than $12 million; investors included Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst. Net2Phone $31 million private placement; investors included Softbank, GE Capital, and America Online. Allaire Corporation Substantially all financings, from inception through IPO and first follow-on offering; IPO raised $57.5 million. Included in the RedHerring’s IPO Hall of Fame. AccentCare, Inc. Financings totaling $45 million, including $25 million Series C; investors included Three Arch Partners, Highland Capital Partners, Cardinal Partners, Mission Ventures, Piper Jaffray Ventures, and Salix Ventures. BackOffice Associates, LLC. Represented BackOffice in connection with a significant but not publicly disclosed equity investment by The Goldman, Sachs Group, Inc. of Class B Units of the company. 

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Right Media Inc. (auction-based exchange for the sale of Internet advertising): All financing, legal, and business advice, from start-up to recent sale to Yahoo! Inc., for a total transaction value of $850 million.

Major League Gaming Inc. (organizes domestic and international console gaming competitions): Series A and Series B funding rounds ($35 million in the aggregate) and related corporate, technology, and employment matters.

Cellufun, Inc. (downloadable cell phone games): Series A funding and all related corporate, technology, and employment matters.

Xtreme Power, Inc. (power technology company): Handled and closed a venture debt financing for an undisclosed sum.

Mo’ Jiva (specializes in cell phone advertising and the development of mobile ads): Represented the company in a recently closed venture financing.

Calnetix Power Solutions (Manufacturer of efficient power generation systems for the globally distributed energy market): Handled licensing, manufacturing, and distribution of matters.

Built NY, Inc. (designer and manufactures neoprene totes for wine bottles, electronic devices, and baby products): General funding and related corporate matters.

Broadcast.com Inc. Handled all financings, from incorporation to IPO. The Wall Street Journal called this IPO “the most successful initial public offering ever, rising nearly 250 percent in its first day of trading.”

Internet Appliance Network $20 million issuance; investors included Chase Venture Capital Associates, The Flatiron Funds, and Seligman Funds.

Delirium Corporation $16 million investment by General Atlantic Partners.

NextJet, Inc. First- and second-round financings of more than $12 million; investors included Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst.

Net2Phone $31 million private placement; investors included Softbank, GE Capital, and America Online.

Allaire Corporation Substantially all financings, from inception through IPO and first follow-on offering; IPO raised $57.5 million. Included in the RedHerring’s IPO Hall of Fame.

AccentCare, Inc. Financings totaling $45 million, including $25 million Series C; investors included Three Arch Partners, Highland Capital Partners, Cardinal Partners, Mission Ventures, Piper Jaffray Ventures, and Salix Ventures.

BackOffice Associates, LLC. Represented BackOffice in connection with a significant but not publicly disclosed equity investment by The Goldman, Sachs Group, Inc. of Class B Units of the company.