Nobody wants to get cease and desist letter, but they happen and you need to be prepared.
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When you’re ready to search for a business lawyer, here are five mistakes to avoid.
Steve Blank, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur-turned-professor with over two decades of experience, has over the course of his career founded or worked within eight different startups. And in that time, he’s lived through every entrepreneur’s worst nightmare: he had his ideas stolen. Twice.
New founders often approach service providers, generally—and lawyers in particular—with a degree of caution.
If you choose the wrong partner and type of partnership, when the business goes up in flames, you could end up facing the fire alone.
If you are starting a business, one of the hardest early decisions you will make is when (and how) to structure your company.
A common question startup co-founders often ask is this: How should we split the equity among ourselves? This is an excellent and extremely difficult question.
Here are five must-ask questions before you commit to legal counsel.
To help business owners determine when a lawyer needs to be hired, below are five instances when a business should hire one.
Here is a look at five common legal mistakes that many small business owners make, along with practical ways to avoid them.