Coaches-on-Call With Timothy Harris of Morrison Foerster
This event is open to Stanford students and postdocs.
Coaches-on-Call is a professional mentoring program for entrepreneurial students provided by the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network (SEN). The goal is to enable students interested in entrepreneurship to obtain informal, practical advice from industry professionals, who make themselves available during prearranged “office hours.”
Timothy Harris of Morris Foester will offer free 30 min coaching sessions to Stanford students and postdocs during Stanford E-Week. Please email email@example.com to secure a coaching session,
TIMOTHY HARRIS, MORRISON FOERSTER
Timothy Harris heads the Technology Group of the firmwide Emerging Companies and Venture Capital group. He specializes in representing startup companies and venture capital firms in corporate and securities matters.
In his startup practice, Tim advises emerging growth technology enterprises from formation through acquisition or initial public offering in matters including venture capital financing, debt financing, equity incentive compensation, and technology development (including licensing, joint development, distribution, and other technology transfer matters). He also represents venture capital firms, strategic corporate investors, and angel investors in their investments in startup companies. Tim specializes in modeling complex capital structures, financing scenarios and liquidity events, helping entrepreneurs and investors analyze possibilities and understand consequences of various transaction structures.
Tim represents startups and investors in a variety of technology sectors, including cleantech (energy efficiency enterprise software, high efficiency solar modules, scalable consumer grade wind turbines), Internet, software, semiconductor, medical device and financial services industries. Prior to practicing law, Tim designed, programmed, and implemented software systems for clients in the financial services industry. Tim graduated cum laude in Computer Science from Princeton University and was an Associate Editor of the Law Review and was elected to Order of the Coif at Northwestern University School of Law.
The Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Huang Engineering Center, Suite 003