At Burgeon Law, we have a wealth of experience in the early stage, angel, venture capital and private equity transactions. Since our incorporation in 2015, we have successfully closed more than 300 transactions representing founders, investee companies, angel investors/consortiums, institutional and private investors from various jurisdictions including USA, U.K., Japan, China, Singapore and Mauritius.

The process of raising and closing the investment round entails several stages and some of those could be time consuming depending on a variety of factors.  We assist our clients at each stage of the fund raising process beginning with drafting/review of the termsheet till the signing of the definitive agreements and closing of the transaction.

We have considerable experience in negotiating from a company or investor perspective, and we can give you advice based on Indian and international market practice. Our strong understanding of legal, commercial and practical elements coupled with sharp lawyering skills to facilitate negotiation with respect to fundraising and investment helps us assist our clients in expediting the process and closing transactions in a timely manner.

We have represented clients putting forth their best interest by providing constant assistance and support from the stage of drafting of the term sheet, due diligence, negotiating definitive agreements, fulfilling conditions precedents and eventually closing the transaction.

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