Walker Twitter Highlights: September 5th – 11th

Scott Edward Walker

oZkDvH Clawbacks Without Claws – solid reporting re the failure of Sarbanes-Oxley (“a dormant enforcement tool”) nyti.ms/nDm9qL Twitter Highlights clawbacks convertible notes entrepreneurs Eric Ries Sarbanes-Oxley startup valuationI’m using Twitter as a form of micro-blogging to share interesting blog posts, articles and podcasts relating to entrepreneurship and startups, M&A and legal issues.

VC Governance FAQ: (6) Are contract terms in partnership agreements shifting in favor of institutional Limited Partners?

Pascal's View

Though there has been a lot of talk about the terms suggested in the recent guidelines published by the ILPA , these guidelines have not fully caught hold (and some proposed terms –like joint and several liability on clawbacks — may be seen as too extreme). This is the sixth in our series of ten frequently asked questions from investors in venture capital partnerships.

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Cracking The Code: Building Your SaaS Sales Compensation Plan

Cracking the Code

Another point I wanted to raise was that of clawback. How do you clawback revenue from the sales guy? Another point I wanted to raise was that of clawback. How do you clawback revenue from the sales guy? Karthik - Clawbacks can be automated and managed easily enough with helpful techniques involving (but not limited to) capping the clawback amount recovered each pay period to make it more palatable for the reps. Cracking The Code.

How to Negotiate a Partner Role at a Venture Capital or Private Equity Firm

David Teten

Clawback scenarios. It’s hard enough to get a job at a venture capital or private equity firm; it’s even more complex to join as a Partner. I thought it would be helpful to put together some notes on market norms and issues to consider in negotiating a partnership at an institutional investment firm. These are many of the steps I went through when I joined HOF Capital. If you join a fund, you’ll invest your financial capital, but far more importantly, your reputational capital.