from Marc Rossen Attorney at Law
Articles & News
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.
It is tempting to include a catchy name for your product in your crowdfunding proposal in the hopes of attracting attention from potential donors. However,
While crowdfunding platforms can give entrepreneurs access to customers and capital, they also present many risks that can cause unsuspecting entrepreneurs to lose control of
Starting this month, companies that seek to raise up to $50 million have a new financing option that will give some private businesses access to a wider pool of potential investors.
Founders often make the mistake of assuming that their company automatically owns the intellectual property associated with their business.
Ohio-based Entrepreneurs often ask whether they should be incorporating in Ohio or if they are better protected by incorporating in Delaware or some other jurisdiction.
Just about any attorney you ask is going to tell you “yes” you do need limited liability protection that is offered by establishing 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.
When a company is formed, the founders typically retain a law firm to advise them in connection with setting up the company. Most law firms