AuthorElizabeth Rodriguez - Sean Solberg
Richard Brandon would like to thank Sandip Patel of Marshall, Gerstein & Borun in
Chicago, who provided valuable input in analyzing a variety of the addressed subjects.
Anne Craig would like to acknowledge Warren Woessner for his contributions to part
A of chapter 12.
Elizabeth Rodriguez would like to thank her colleague, Jeffrey Bears, Assistant Counsel
of the University of Massachusetts, for his research support on chapter 3.
Jacob Rooksby would like to express special thanks to Matthew J. Beddingeld for his
research assistance and to Duquesne University School of Law for its generous research
Christopher Wright and Louis Berneman would like to express special thanks to Michael
B. Lutz, Associate at McCausland Keen & Buckman, for his research assistance and to
Kathleen A. Denis, PhD, Associate Vice President of Rockefeller University and our col-
laborator on so many advanced equity sessions at AUTM annual meetings, where much
of the content for this chapter was developed.

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