Horror Stories: Never Use A Breach Of Contract Template

Horror Stories: Never Use A Breach Of Contract Template

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What you don’t want to pay for is any routine work, but you are willing to pay for experience. Thus, you shouldn’t use a breach of contract template. Putting a legal template in the hands of a non-lawyer is somewhat akin to giving a ball to someone who never has had any training. He will know how to shoot in …

Business Dispute: How To Negotiate

Business Dispute: How To Negotiate?

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Negotiation is a part of everyday life, but negotiation is even more important in case of conflict. Dispute brings up concerns about the cost of litigation, loss of reputation and loss of time and energy. In case of a dispute, negotiating might allow you to avoid these costs or, at the very least, mitigate them. What do you need to …

Tag Along Drag Along Rights Explained

Tag Along Drag Along Rights Explained

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There are many different aspects of a Shareholders’ Agreement. This is to explain what Tag Along and Drag Along rights are. What are Tag Along and Drag Along Rights? A tag along provision also called ‘co-sale right’ is a clause that allows minor shareholders to ‘tag along’ with a larger shareholder or group of shareholders if they find a buyer …

Business Disputes: A Step By Step Guide

Business Dispute: A Step-By-Step Guide

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Disputes are a part of a business adventure. It is time consuming, irritating and it costs money. But, this conflict can be handled smoothly if you know the steps to follow. According the CEDR Mediation audit – 10,000 commercial mediations were performed in 2016, an increase of 5%. Here is a step by step guide for a peaceful resolution of …

Solving Business Disputes

Solving Business Disputes

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According the CEDR Mediation audit – 10,000 commercial mediations were performed in 2016, an increase of 5%. There is trend to solve disputes as smoothly as possible. Disputes raise concerns about the cost of litigation, loss of reputation and loss of time and energy. Here are some tips to help your business solve disputes. Choose your legal proceedings The procedure …

The 12 Biggest Legal Mistakes That Startups Make

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In startups, co-founders often overlook the need for legal security in their company. Startups are especially vulnerable to legal matters relating to many different areas such as protecting their intellectual property, getting the right terms and conditions, and various forms of employment contracts. Often co-founders only feel the need to get their legal agreements later, once legal issues have already arisen. …

Interview with the CEO of Careviz, Mikael Metthey

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Meet Mikael Metthey, the Co-Founder and CEO of Careviz. Careviz is a mobile platform dedicated to cancer patients and their families. The company hopes to utilize technology to improve the journeys of cancer patients. What does your company do? Mikael: We regroup products and services needed by cancer patients and their families. What inspired you to start your company? Mikael: …

How To Protect Your Intellectual Property and Why It Is Important To Do So

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Bill Gates’ statement is true of intellectual property. Intellectual property has a short shelf life for a number of reasons. One of the reasons is because they only last for a limited number of years and another is because intellectual property always changes. Thus, once you have patented or trademarked something that entity in itself can change quickly and will …

Interview with the CEO of PolicyMogul, Elliot Robinson

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Meet Elliot Robinson, the Founder and CEO of PolicyMogul. PolicyMogul is a technology startup preparing to launch within the next few weeks. The company hopes to transform parliamentary democracy through the use of software and technology. What does your company do? Elliot: PolicyMogul is creating software to help public affairs professionals to have greater impact through collaboration. We also help …

Why Small Businesses Prefer To Be Acquired

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    Research done by the Silicon Valley Bank shows that most UK startups are aiming to be acquired.  An acquisition is the most popular exit strategy for startups and has a lot of benefits for both the buyers and the sellers of the company. An acquisition can help expand the market and the resources of the selling company. On …