Last week, in what has become an annual occurrence, I was invited by my friend Jeff Bussgang to speak at Harvard Business School. Jeff, who has written two books about entrepreneurship, lectures on the subject at HBS; in his spare time, he works at Flybridge Capital, a NY and Boston-based venture fund he has co-led for the last 15 years. Jeff asked me to speak about my legal practice (I represent startups, growth companies and their investors from my perch as a partner at the law firm of Lowenstein Sandler) and my angel investing (I’ve invested in more than 100 startups and in several dozen venture capital funds, including - for purposes of disclosure - funds managed by Flybridge Capital).

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