In your journey as a startup founder or entrepreneur, it is so crucial for you to get a startup lawyer as soon as possible. Here’s why.
Hiring a startup lawyer can be confusing for a first time early stage entrepreneur and founder. It is a classic information asymmetry, where the party that knows less usually gets the worse deal. Unfortunately, usually, that is you, the startup founder.
I was invited by Proficeo’s Coach and Grow recently to speak on business contracts focusing on legal stuff that tech companies and startups should know.
Thank you to over 50 people that turned out yesterday to listen to me sharing some thoughts on navigating legal challenges for early-stage entrepreneurs and startup founders. The presentation covers the usual common legal issues by early-stage companies from setting up a legal entity, fundraising for the first time to hiring your first employee. Here’s…
Take a look at my upcoming webinar in collaboration with MaGIC on a series of legal series especially focusing on technology companies and startups.
Here’s a webinar I gave earlier today on the various fintech laws and regulations in Malaysia that fintech entrepreneurs should know when setting up a fintech company in Malaysia.
As a corporate lawyer for over a decade who have worked on a wide range of legal work for bootstrapped startups and venture-backed companies, I believe there is one single most crucial agreement that every business owner, entrepreneur, and a founder should have; an agreement covering the following items.
Obviously, I am biased for saying this, but you should get a lawyer as early as possible before you start a company. A good startup lawyer can help you avoid major pitfalls that will cause you to lose your company. Here are a few reasons why you should get a startup lawyer as soon as possible…