The Critical Parts of an Employment Contract

The Critical Parts of an Employment Contract Hiring employees is a very exciting time; your business is growing and you are creating jobs. So go ahead, pat yourself on the back! But not too much, because you are now, through hiring employees, opening up yourself and your business to a lot of liability. Employees make [...]

2017-05-08T12:54:01-05:00July 29th, 2016|

When a Startup is not a Limited Liability Company

When a Startup is not a Limited Liability Company It is often the case that many new companies without the use of an attorney to properly guide them in the right direction will file as a limited liability company by default. After all, such a structure has many benefits that may be researched independently. However, [...]

2017-05-05T13:49:27-05:00July 18th, 2016|

Presentation Recap: software development contracts at Blue1647

Earlier this year, I decided to share my knowledge with others and do a presentation on software development contracts. The mission of the presentation was to demystify contracts, familiarize the attendees with legal terms and teach them what should be included in s a software development contract and why. I have been to Blue1647, [...]

2017-05-08T13:13:48-05:00July 13th, 2016|

Starting Small

Starting Small The best small companies, an article I read today on Forbes reminds us that sometimes small is better. Smaller companies can be more agile and better able to adapt at change than bigger ones, which may be clouded by bureaucracy, long chains of command, and too many rules to count. When entrepreneurs first start [...]

2017-05-05T13:26:36-05:00February 5th, 2016|