[BA Workbench] Legal for Startups
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Legal mistakes can doom even the best startup concepts and founding teams. Do you want to avoid them?
Presented by HUB Workbench and Comar Law
Comar Law works with individuals, businesses and institutions to produce high impact change,
technological change, legal change and social change.
Legal for Startups will cover the basic legal landscape that all startups should understand well. Companies face a number of legal hurdles on their road from concept to execution, many of which can be lethal pitfalls to success. With the right amount of know-how, these hurdles can be anticipated and managed to ensure smooth company growth.
1) Company formation & legal structures
2) Conflicts and collaborations between founders
3) Early stage finance
4) Using independent contractors and employees
5) Generating revenue from intellectual property & other intellectual property concerns
6) Preparing for direct equity grants to investors
7) Avoiding litigation
About Inder Comar
Mr. D. Inder Comar is principal at Comar Law. Mr. Comar completed his legal training at New York University School of Law and completed undergraduate (B.A., Psychology; B.A., International Relations) and graduate degrees (M.A., Sociology) at Stanford University. Comar Law is a law firm dedicated to social change. Comar Law works with corporate clients with respect to company management and early stage finance, and also maintains a trial and appellate practice.
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