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Shareholders Agreement 101: How One Agreement Can Shape Your Business From Day 1 To Exit

Linkilaw Company Law, Founder's Post, Startup Advice & Tips 3 Comments

‘The Only Mistake I Regret,’ Words Uttered From Every Startup Founder That Didn’t Have A Shareholders Agreement A Shareholders Agreement is your number one partner in the creation, management, and termination of your company. We don’t doubt the potential and strength of your company, but – trust us when we say this – things regularly turn nasty. Be prepared! If …

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The Drone Phenomenon: Innovation vs. Regulation

Alexandra Isenegger Business News, Founder's Post, Internet Technology Leave a Comment

Earlier this month, Linkilaw had the pleasure of attending the annual Web Summit held in Dublin. Among the numerous topics presented during the course of the event, there was one which particularly fascinated me – drones. Why? Well, aside from being astonishingly cool, the broad scope of applications that these machines offer is revolutionary. To clarify, a drone is an …

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People’s 14 Assumptions About Lawyers

Alexandra Isenegger Founder's Post, Startup Advice & Tips 1 Comment

It’s a bit of an oxymoron, that the professionals who help to interpret and guide you through the legal issues affecting your work and personal lives are held up to higher scrutiny – as if they were the problem instead of the solution. As a working lawyer, and co-founder of Linkilaw, I thought that I would take time to discuss …

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11 Lawyers Take On The Worst Startup Legal Mistakes

Alexandra Isenegger Company Law, Founder's Post, Startup Advice & Tips 2 Comments

Since Linkilaw’s business model is based upon allowing you to choose from multiple solicitor proposals, I thought it would be an interesting exercise to pose one important question to a number of lawyers here in London. The response was brilliant and we are pleased to share the results with our readers! Q: What do you see as the worst startup …

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Why It Was Time To Revolutionalise The Law

Alexandra Isenegger Founder's Post, Motivation & Success, Premise Locations & Leasing 5 Comments

The root of our core human rights is set out in the law. Our core human rights are necessary to our growth and happiness. They help us walk without fear on the street, and they are the tool we have been given to prevent the State from arbitrarily arresting or detaining us. Why is it then that the general population’s …