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Having a business lawyer draft or at least review all of your legal documents can ensure they are valid and binding. A business lawyer can also help you stay ahead of potential legal issues and handle any that may unexpectedly arise.


Although oral agreements can sometimes be enforced, it's always best to memorialize any type of agreement regarding your business in written contract form, including founder agreements, stock transfer agreement, employment contracts, etc.


The sensitive nature of start-up intellectual property may require non-disclosure agreements between partners, members, associates, employees, co-founders or investors.


If you're considering turning your idea into an actual business, you need to choose a legal structure for that business. This can be anything from a partnership to a corporation to a non-profit or even a public benefit corporation, depending on what you're doing and how you're doing it.


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