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Tien Law Firm represented beauty brand Painted Plus, LLC in the sale of its membership interest in Painted Plus and launched a new business venture Crescent Method, LLC.
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Venture capital transactions1 begin with the “term sheet” or “letter of intent” (the “Term Sheet”).2 Although a term sheet is typically expressed as a non-binding document, it is the foundation upon which  all other (binding) transaction documents are prepared. Typically, a Term Sheet can be divided into  three basic categories: (i) terms that impact valuation and economic division of profits and proceeds  upon a “liquidity” event, (ii) terms that impact control over decision making and (iii) investor protection  terms.  At
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Letters of Intent (the LOI) in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions are often the starting point on the road towards a successful deal and usually one of the first documents negotiated by the parties. The LOI is essentially a written expression of the parties’ intent to enter a transaction and a summary of the material terms. Since negotiating an M&A transaction (or any transaction for that matter) is time-consuming and costly for both parties and can disrupt the seller’s daily