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Pre-launch - Preparing to Take the Plunge
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Pre-launch - Preparing to Take the Plunge Speaker/s: Dan Offner (Loeb & Loeb), David Rosenbaum (Law Offices of David S Rosenbaum), David Baszucki (ROBLOX), Bill Graner (Crater House), Don Daglow (Daglow Entertainment), Gary Gattis (Spacetime Studios), Jim Charne (Law Offices James Charne), Jeffrey Lapin (WWTX, LLC), James Niesewand (Illyriad Games) and Rob Shillingsburg (Jetbolt Games) Day / Time / Location: Tuesday 8:45- 9:45 Ballroom G Track / Duration / Format / Audience Level: Game Dev Start-Up Summit / 60-Minute / Panel / All GDC Vault Recording: Video Description: New companies don't just spring up by themselves. Start-ups take planning and preparation. We will discuss concrete steps necessary to provide for a smooth transition from previous employment to new start-up, and issues that need to be addressed and resolved among founders before you open your doors. Sensitive issues include: (i) who should be a founder and get founder's equity; (ii) the role of each founder in the business; (iii) start-up organizational chart; (iv) the start-up business plan: (v) how to leave your former employer without getting sued.

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