After so many years of working with clients, particularly those in the start up world, I realized that most of them were asking me the same questions. Seeking guidance and counsel on the same issues. In researching around, I noticed that there are a lot of Guides for Start Ups around, but nothing that really looks at what legal risks you take when starting a business. The other guides talk about how to create a pitch, how to do a pitch deck, how to secure funding, company culture, etc., but once you have the ball rolling on all of these things - then what do you do? Are you going to set up a company? Do you have Intellectual Property to protect? Do you have domain issues? Are there data privacy concerns you should address?
I know that lawyers and the law can be a scary thing to deal with at times, but you need to look at risk mitigation and techniques on how to protect your business. Unfortunately, with success comes the potential of third parties wanting to take advantage of you. Don't let that happen.
Take a look at our Legal Guide For Start Ups and reach out to us should you have any follow up questions and/or would like to schedule a free 30 minute consultation. The guide can be found here: www.bolimini.us/free-legal-tips/