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Do you really need a legal agreement for every business relationship you enter into? Lawyer Rachel Rodgers offers her insights.
Co-founders and “partners” beware: without a formal agreement, you may not have the same rights to your company’s future that you think you do.
When two or more people begin a business for profit, the company instantly becomes a general partnership. So what happens to your partner — or you — when your startup plans go south?
Most early-stage startups use equity to attract and keep talented workers. Here are five reasons why providing restricted stock is more effective than stock options.
Entrepreneurs always want to save money, but legal websites are not the same as lawyers. Lawyer Peter Minton shares 4 reasons to be cautious about going the cheaper route.
After having her first face-off with a dissatisfied client, freelance writer and editorial consultant Thursday Bram decided she’d never let a client push her around again.
A young entrepreneur shares a story of trying to take on the big boys — and getting a rude awakening.
Bylaws should be recognized for what they are: one of the wisest investments a business owner can make to ensure the long-term effectiveness of their company.
Kent Healy learned the hard way that a business partnership is like a marriage. Here he discusses what its like to go through a nasty divorce and how he rebounded from the experience.
Working with a lawyer can be costly and time consuming. Here are some strategies to help control legal costs and focus on doing what you love — building your business.
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