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5 Ways To Avoid A Legal Battle

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Starting a business can be exciting and unpredictable. There are new people to meet, money to make and markets to revolutionise. However, one thing every startup wants to avoid are expensive and time consuming legal battles. Litigation is completely unnecessary and totally avoidable. Listed below are the key legal weapons you can use to defend your business in a legal …

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Breaking Down A Partnership Agreement: Why You Should Never Use Partnership Agreement Templates In The UK

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What Is A Partnership Agreement? A partnership agreement is an agreement between you and your partners. It lays out the framework of the partnership by detailing the duties and obligations of the partners to each other to ensure the partnership is effective. Why Do You Need A Partnership Agreement? It’s pivotal to have a written partnership agreement because it sets …

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Important Things To Include In An NDA Or Confidentiality Agreement

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Protecting your assets from theft is not just about installing security cameras or buying a repository safe; the greatest losses can actually come from having your immaterial, intellectual property (IP) stolen from you. This is why we are big advocates of signing a non-disclosure or confidentiality agreement, a legally binding contract that is intended to secure and protect your intellectual …

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Shareholder Agreement: FAQ’s

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A Shareholder Agreement is one of the most fundamental agreements in a founders arsenal. With many Shareholder Agreement Templates available to founders, it can be hard to know what you should be looking for in a Shareholder Agreement. However, Shareholder Agreement Templates should be avoided at all cost. Let’s go over what a Shareholder Agreement is and why Shareholder Agreement …