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Whether you’re developing software or the perfect chocolate chip cookie, being an entrepreneur takes grit, optimism, hustle, and sweat. Eventually, it takes some paperwork too. The kind that makes most people’s eyes cross. That's where we come in.

We’ve assembled a nationwide network of skilled lawyers, who work with you virtually. Our “more brains, less bloat” approach is efficient so we’re able to offer you peace of mind without the big-firm price tag.

We’ll help you launch your business. Protect your ideas. Succeed on your terms.

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Preparing to launch? Let's get your legal house in order. We’ll help by forming your company, registering your trademark(s), drafting initial contracts and creating a comprehensive legal strategy.



Funding rounds can be tough. We'll give you the tools you need to make informed decisions and create a legal growth strategy that benefits you. Additionally, we’ll take care of all of the legal and tax stuff that arises during the course of business.



Everybody needs a good exit strategy. When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, we make the notoriously complex as simple as possible. We’ll negotiate to get the best deal for you and get it closed promptly.

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The classification of employee, independent contractor, or intern comes with significant tax and liability ramifications. While an agreement alone will not eliminate the risk of misclassification, it definitely helps.  Here are the correct forms to use with each hire.


What Business Entity Is Best For Startups

We hate to give a lawyer answer, but . . . it depends. Are you selling cookies or software? Do you think you'll be seeking venture capital down the line? How many people are starting the business?


Terms For An Advisor Agreement

It is best practice to have a written 'Advisor Agreement' or 'Advisor Letter'. This will manage the expectations of both parties, clearly define the terms of any equity grant, and protect your company. Here's what to include.


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