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Polsinelli Podcast - Emerging Technology & Startup Companies
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Stealth Lawyer: Lou Mongello, Disney Expert & Historian
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Entrepreneurs - small startup companies. Avoid costly mistakes and focus on growing a successful business. Theodore B. Howell
Bestowing the title of “Founder” does not itself give the Founder any special legal rights because the title “Founder” has no independent legal meaning. Whatever rights a Founder may have are defined by the agreements...more
With many states continuing to use tax credits to seed entrepreneurial growth, entrepreneurs and legal counsel must understand the applicable state-sponsored programs and position qualifying businesses to take advantage of...more
Historically, most local economic development efforts, or regional efforts among a group of counties, have focused on business recruitment. These efforts have generally been focused on large business recruitment projects. ...more
Franchising can be a highly successful approach to growing a business. But entrepreneurs should weigh success stories such as those of McDonald’s, which had $28.1 billion in revenues and $5.6 billion in net income in 2013, or...more
A healthcare start-up developer has an intriguing concept for an app or a software solution. It may be an app tied to a sensor that is designed to transmit a diabetic's blood glucose levels to her physician, or an app that...more
Raising capital for a start-up company can be nerve-wracking. Anyone who has ever bootstrapped a venture knows that looking for outside money lifts your endeavor an entirely new level. Many entrepreneurs have the urge to...more
In this Newsletter:
- Before You Start a Business . . .
- Estate Planning—Powers of Appointment
- Public Use Required for Eminent Domain
- Tax-Free Gains from Home Sales
It’s a marathon – not a sprint. Entrepreneurs working on starting-up hear this mantra all the time. What does it really mean? The mantra speaks to the strategy most marathoners take on race day: start slow, come up to a...more
Notwithstanding the fact that the last several weeks did not go as planned for a few of the companies pricing or looking to price IPOs, and the associated speculation that the IPO window may be narrowing (if not closing) for...more
In This Issue:
-Leading the News
-United States – Africa Relations
-General Africa News
- Excerpt from Leading the News:
Round-up from the Women in Entrepreneurship -
The best way for women entrepreneurs to attract investors might be to show that they can get along without them – at least initially.
Bootstrapping – the practice of...more
Eastern Pompano Beach has quickly positioned itself to become the next hot spot for development in South Florida. Investors are betting that recent public sector efforts will translate into a thriving community....more
Like death and taxes, there is one thing about being a legal entrepreneur that is predictable…
Your business will plateau....more
On the day before the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to take up S. 1720 (The Patent Transparency and Improvements Act), the Innovation Alliance delivered a letter to Chairman Leahy and Ranking Member Grassley...more
Waaaay back, I wrote a post on making the transition from being a cog in the wheel of commerce to being the engine of your own business.
Since then, I’ve encountered more and more data on how terrifying, how thrilling...more
In This Issue:
- Green Law Corner: What LEED v4 Means for You
- Deliberate Intent: Beyond Workers' Compensation and Into the Assets of Your Business
- EPA Approves the New Phase I Standard
As a new author to entreVIEW, I wanted to write about a topic near and dear to the hearts (and pocketbooks) of entrepreneurs—money! While private capital raising remains tough, there has been a shift to alternative asset...more
Over the last several months, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has been working closely with lawmakers on important legislation updating and refining the EB-5 program. Late last week, as a result of these efforts, Rep. Jared...more
You’re an entrepreneur and you have a great idea for a new product. Or maybe you’ve already created a product, like an app, and have sold it to several customers. So, when should you talk to a lawyer and what should you ask?...more
The world is changing, shifting like quicksand under our feet. Lifelong employment is gone, job security too.
There will be a day, very soon possibly, when we all are independent contractors…
When we all are...more
Have you ever hired a lawyer for your business? Did you know what questions to ask, or how to evaluate whether or not they could deliver what you need?...more
Setting yourself up for a successful virtual law office (VLO) doesn’t have to wait until you graduate from law school. You can begin to build a solid foundation for your future VLO, right now!
Here are 3 things you can...more
On 22 July 2013, the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan” dated 4 July 2013 took effect (the “National Chamber Law”).
Pursuant to the National...more
Since I’m new to entreVIEW, I decided to do some homework, make sure that I knew something about being an entrepreneur (and how to spell the word entrepreneur). So in my own entrepreneurial fashion, I researched my market....more
The following opinion piece by Susan Cohen appeared in the December 20, 2013 issue of VentureBeat and is reprinted here with permission.
The U.S. market is a magnet for foreign entrepreneurs. Yet the U.S. immigration...more
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