Tag Archives: Start Ups

SEC “Bad Actor” Rules: Hard On Startups

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed new rules that will make it substantially more costly and difficult for startups and early stage companies to raise capital. These rules are designed to ensure that what they have labeled as … Continue reading

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Critical Elements of a Successful Startup

Above is a case study and candid interview with the executive team of a successful startup. They explain some of the elements that helped them get to where they are, advice to those with a new startup, and some really … Continue reading

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New Internet Domains Are Coming … What You Should Do

ICANN has approved major changes in the system of TLDs. Continue reading

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Summertime Blues: Limits on Using Unpaid Student Interns and Volunteers

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Choice of Entity: Is An LLC OK?

I am frequently asked by entrepreneurs starting technology companies what type of entity they should form.  And I usually advise startups to form as either a C corporation or an S corporation for the following reasons: If you plan to … Continue reading

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