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Top Legal Issues for Startups

by Boon Legal | April 18, 2018

Legal advisor Michael Woolf was privileged to address a group of entrepreneurs at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center (EC) today. In his presentation, Michael discussed the top legal issues that startups, small businesses, and entrepreneurs face in the early stages of their companies.

Among the many hurdles of launching a startup, founders must familiarize themselves with some basic principles associated with building a business. Early decisions have the potential to have a significant impact to the company’s partners, investors, employees, and customers. Therefore it is essential for founders to develop an understanding some of the top issues to look out for. Whether just forming a company or already generating profits, attendees learned about some of the most important decisions involved in launching and scaling their business as well as what issues may need to be revisited as the company grows.

View the presentation here....

If you are a startup, small business, or entrepreneur with questions on how issues raised in this presentation may impact your business, please contact your legal advisor or reach out to Boon Legal for a free consultation.

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