(Almost) Everything you need to know about the Due Diligence Process

In the venture capital world, investors' attention is constantly focused on entrepreneurs with fresh ideas and innovative technology. However, no matter how good the idea is and impressive the team may be, before any agreements are signed and champagne bottles opened, the entrepreneurs and the venture must successfully pass the due diligence process. Despite [...]

Legal Considerations of 3D Printing

As an entrepreneur in the 3D printing field, you are on the cutting edge of new technologies. However, cutting edges can actually be sharp, with painful legal consequences. In the case of 3D printing, many of the murky legal situations have not been resolved. This does not mean that you, the entrepreneur, [...]

By | July 28th, 2016|Articles, Business, Featured Article, Start-ups, Tech Law|0 Comments

How to Write a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

Many times, during collaborations, confidential information needs to be disclosed by either party (the "disclosing party"), to the other party (the "receiving" party). One of the most common ways to protect that confidential information is through a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), a common legal document signed by both parties, [...]

Tnufa Grant from the Chief Scientist Office – Pros and Cons

A startup has various possibilities for funding its' Research and Development (R&D) costs: whether it's through raising capital from friends and family or via smart investors like angels or VC funds. Another popular funding method is receiving a government grant from the Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS). This article will [...]

By | July 9th, 2016|Articles, Featured Article, Funding, Start-ups|0 Comments

The 3 Essential Elements of a Founder’s Agreement

In this article, we'll explain why a founder's agreement is important and address the three main aspects that should always be included in your agreement: the assigning of the IP, the allocation of shares and the defining of each founders role in the company.  What is a founder's agreement and [...]

Creating Apps for Children in the Age of COPPA

So, you have a great idea for an app for children, or perhaps an app that children may use? If any of your servers or headquarters are based in the U.S, or even if your young clientele are U.S based, you need to familiarize yourself with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act [...]

By | May 15th, 2016|Articles, Featured Article, Internet Law, Start-ups|0 Comments

Legal Issues surrounding the use of drones

Rising popularity in drone usage across various fields raises awareness of Privacy issues associated with being filmed unintentionally or without prior consent, and brings about regulatory issues of unenforced or obsolete laws, creating obscurely uncertain situations to the average drone enthusiast. Whilst extremely exciting and fast-growing, the developing multi-million Dollar 'Drone [...]

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