In the past few weeks, I’ve met two corporate paralegals who have been using our product, Corporate Focus, to track minute book and capitalization information for many years.
Over the past 30 days, I came across four articles that made me sense a shift in the air regarding online access to legal client data.
I recently attended an event at the MIT Media Lab sponsored by TheFunded.com, a social networking website geared toward CEOs and founders of start-up companies who want to share war stories of trying to get VC or angel seed funding.
I'm a big fan of Paul Lippe's legal column for The Am Law Daily called “Welcome to the Future” and have been reading it regularly for the past six months or so.
A few days before his inauguration, Barack Obama told John King on CNN:"Here's the good news ... we have a lot of investment in making the health care system more efficient.
With the transitional period for Section 409A ending on December 31, 2008, now is the time for organizations to review their equity compensation reporting practices and correct any oversights.
Although option expensing under FAS 123R caused a great amount of confusion when it was first introduced, fortunately, stock plan administration systems were able to handle much of the difficult leg work.
The Stock Option Valuation Game: Like Whac-A-Mole for Equity Compensation Reporting … Just a Lot Less Fun
This is Part 1 of a three-part series offering excerpts from the Two Step Software white paper, "The Stock Option Valuation Game." You can read the entire 3-page article at
Over the past year, a perfect storm of events has brought legal fees under scrutiny like never before, affecting both law firms with skyrocketing new associate salaries (some reaching $160,000 per year) and clients facing hourly attorney rate
In our education programs at Two Step Software, we provide basic training for those who do the difficult work of tracking and creating capitalization tables and offer other cour