Emerging Companies Practice Launches LathamDrive, a New Site for Entrepreneur Community

Latham debuts new resources, including latest addition in popular Book of Jargon series, designed specifically for the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

June 13, 2017

Latham & Watkins’ Emerging Companies Practice is pleased to present LathamDrive, a new site focused on supporting and guiding entrepreneurs, startups and mature companies at every stage of the business life cycle. LathamDrive includes a number of resources including:

  • Book of Jargon® – Emerging Companies, the latest addition to Latham’s signature Book of Jargon series; an interactive glossary of more than 400 terms, the Book of Jargon is a resource that helps decode the new slang, timeless terminology and esoteric phrases used by the emerging growth market

  •  Free legal document generator that allows founders to quickly and efficiently create all the documents they need to incorporate their company 

LathamDrive is a user-friendly site with a range of resources to help emerging companies grow. Designed specifically to address the needs of companies at various stages of growth, the site offers in-depth guides, desktop references and other resources covering incorporation, strategic investments and acquisitions, funding, going public and much more.  

The Book of Jargon® – Emerging Companies is a comprehensive digital and print glossary developed as an easy-to-use reference tool to help demystify the often complex terminology and jargon used by the entrepreneurial ecosystem. From Accelerator to Warrant, this resource marks the latest in Latham’s popular Book of Jargon series covering topics and industries as varied as Mergers & Acquisitions, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Hedge Funds, Oil & Gas and more.

Visit LathamDrive at www.lathamdrive.com. The Book of Jargon® – Emerging Companies is available in print, an online web-based application and as a free mobile app on iTunes for Apple devices and on Google Play for Android devices. 

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