The holy grail of angel investing is finding the best entrepreneurs and companies to invest in, and then to support those companies and protect yourself after you invest.  I recently saw a piece with insights on a new trend behind the formation of some of the best startups – the kinds of companies that draw many investors and require quick action to ensure you get into the deal.  What do angels need to do to make sure they have a chance to invest in these startups?

First, let’s start with the insights of Bill Carleton, a Seattle attorney who represents serial entrepreneurs in early stage deals and works with angel investors on diligence and deal terms. Read the full story here.