Saturday, September 24, 2011

Starting a Company: One Needless Risk

Takeaway: Founding a company without a written, situation-specific contract between the owners is a massive risk that can not only kill the business but destroy relationships between business partners.  At the same time, this risk is easily avoidable by hiring a qualified, experienced corporate attorney to draft the document at the start. Starting a business can be financially challenging, and there is a strong temptation to “cut corners” with the company’s “foundational” or “core” legal documents that bind the members of  a new company together. 

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