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About Marc Rossen, Attorney at Law

The Law Office of Marc Rossen works with startups, founders and investors in the Cleveland/Akron area on matters ranging from entity formation, protection and licensing of intellectual property, executive compensation, raising capital, and other corporate transactions.

Whether you manage a thriving business or simply have an idea for a product or business you wish to pursue, our office can help you reach your goals.

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Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.

VIDEO: Legal Risks of Crowdfunding

Public disclosure of intellectual property on crowdfunding platforms can have a significant impact on its legal status. Therefore, before you launch your campaign on Kickstarter or other crowdfunding platforms, you must protect your company’s intellectual property.

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Should You Hire a Registered Agent?

If you are forming business entity you are required to have a registered agent and a registered office. But this does not mean that you need to hire a registered agent service. Here are the factors to consider.

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Is Crowdfunding Right For Your Business?

Within a relatively short amount of time, crowdfunding has revolutionized the way small businesses find the capital they need to grow. By putting the tools for fundraising success in the hands of entrepreneurs, crowdfunding will continue to transform the landscape of business finance.

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The JOBS Act and Crowdfunding

In April of 2012, Congress passed legislation permitting equity and debt crowdfunding. This was done through the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act as a

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