A lot can go wrong when the founder of a venture-backed technology company ceases being CEO.

As the time it takes between forming a business and selling a business or conducting an initial public offering stretches longer, more founder CEOs are transitioning out of the role earlier than before.

This frequently results in several predictable, but often unanticipated, consequences. This article identifies legal issues to consider when a founder CEO transitions out of the role.

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