by Stella Fayman on February 26, 2013
Our Startup Law Summits have been popular in the past as informal, educational events where entrepreneurs hear from top startup attorneys and get their questions answered. Due to popular demand, we’re hosting another Spring Startup Law Summit on March 16.
Join startup lawyers and professors of entrepreneurial law as we delve into topics like:
- When should you incorporate as a business? How will your corporate entity choice affect future decisions like appealing to investors?
- How do you prevent developers from going rogue? What happens when founders content equity splits?
- When should you get a trademark? Are patents even worth talking about anymore?
- How do you make sure you get paid? What kind of agreements should founders have in place?
In addition to prepared talks, attorneys will take part in a legal clinic where we break up attendees into small groups based on their questions. This is an amazing opportunity to get legal advice in a non threatening setting that is specific to your own startup’s questions.
We hold Startup Law Summits because we wish we had this event when we started a company (would have prevented a lot of mistakes!). Use discount code “EUblog” to get 30% off tickets. Buy yours today…we have a limited number of spots.