Ted Wang

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Ted Wang
Alma mater University of Virginia Law School, Duke University

Ted Wang is a Silicon Valley lawyer who represents high profile startups and established technology companies such as Facebook, Path, Square,[1] StumbleUpon, Twitter, Sonos and Dropbox. He is a partner at technology and life science focused law firm Fenwick & West[2] and someone who Bloomberg identified as "one of Fenwick's biggest draws," in the 2011 article, "Why Techies Like to Friend Fenwick & West."[3]

In 2013, he curated a new version of the Series Seed Documents on GitHub.[4] The Series Seed Documents are publicly available model investment documents designed for smaller rounds of funding early in a company's life cycle.

“How many billable hours does it take to get a startup funded for the first time? Not as many as some attorneys may wish, thanks to the Series Seed Documents, created by Ted Wang.” – “Seeking Seed Funding? Open-Source Forms Might Cut Legal Bill,” The Wall Street Journal, March 6, 2013[5]

Recently, Ted Wang authored a two part series for Pando Daily on tips and recommendations for running effective board meetings.[6][7]

In 2010, he and Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen created the first free standardized seed round financing documents.[8][9]

In ranking Fenwick in the first tier nationally in the "Venture capital and emerging companies" category, The Legal 500 called Ted Wang a “leading digital media expert.” [10]

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