Chin Hooi Yen is the founder of Singapore law firm Polaris Law Corporation. With start-up experience of her own, Hooi Yen's passion is to work closely with investors and start-ups and guide them through the legal and commercial challenges of their businesses. In particular, her practice focuses on investments and shareholders' agreements. Hooi Yen was named a leading lawyer in several publications including the Asia Pacific Legal 500. She is also an active volunteer, having spent time on a number of worthy causes in Singapore and abroad. In her spare time she runs, plays football and rides her bike.
Startup Law: What You Must Know before Fundraising
A misstep in fundraising can doom even the best ideas and founding teams.This class prepares you to deal with essential legal issues that every startup faces while raising funds.
Legal Essentials for Startups
A primer for entrepreneurs on core legal concepts that relate to business formation and structuring, employment, intellectual property and more.
Negotiating the Term Sheet
One of the most critical entrepreneurial processes is negotiating the initial terms of a capital agreement after finding investors. This class will guide students to do just that.