If you have a website conducting business – whether you’re a Software as a Service (SaaS), eCommerce website, or or a service provider – you should have website terms and conditions published and accessible to the public. This post is outlines 18 provisions your website terms should have and what they mean.
In the D.C. area – the startup scene is emerging and expanding rapidly, but government contracting (GovCon) is the main business for technology companies. If you’re new to the GovCon space, this article will give you a high level overview of 5 things you need to know.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is fast approaching. This article will give you a high level overview of 5 things tech companies need to know.
If your startup is a C Corporation – you should familiarize yourself with Corporate Governance. This post will give you a high level overview of what you need to know and do.
Public Benefit Corporations (PBC) are becoming more and more common. But what are they? Are they non-profits? Are they corporations? The answer is – they’re a bit of both. This post will give you a high level overview of 5 things you need to know about PBC’s.
Data Privacy Compliance is more important than ever. Here is a high level overview of why it’s important for startups.
Starting and running a company is not easy or cheap. You have options for funding – the most common of which are Venture Capital (VC) Fundraising or Bootstrapping (bankrolling yourself). Both have their pro’s, con’s, payouts, and drawbacks – and this post is here to give you a high level overview of what to think about when making the decision.
Startup equity can be confusing, whether you’re a founder or a potential employee. This post is to help you understand the basic terms.
When you start a company, intellectual property is something to think about from the moment you have the idea. This post will give you high level primer of IP 101 for Startups – from copyrights, to trademarks, to trade secrets, and patents.
If you’re running a company today, you’re probably signing a whole bunch of contracts with software as a service (SaaS) vendors to help simplify running your life as an entrepreneur. Here are 7 key provisions to negotiate in your SaaS vendor contracts.