Category: Startup Issues

Legal Cannabis and Immigration

This is my very first repost of another lawyer’s material. I’m sharing a blog posting by Christopher Pogue, an immigration attorney, on the intersection of legal cannabis and immigration law, particular with respect to immigration from Canada: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) enforces the laws of the United States and U.S. laws will not […]

Cap Table Math for Startup Founders

“We want to give Barbara 4% of the company. How many shares is that?” I get questions like that frequently, and once you understand the math, the solution is pretty simple. Hey, I’m a lawyer, and I can understand the math. If you are going to run a successful startup, you need to master your […]

New Corporate Governance Subscription Service

Are you a founder, officer, or major shareholder of a c-corporation? If so, keep reading… Corporate governance – nobody likes doing it, but it’s essential to maintaining your corporation’s liability shield. Also, if neglected or done incorrectly, it can be expensive to clean up, and can hold up important, time-critical transactions. That’s why we are […]

Vermont Passes Strictest Subscription Renewal Law

Companies that offer subscriptions that renew automatically now have to pay attention to tiny Vermont, which just passed the strictest automatic renewal law in the country. Several states, including California, have laws governing subscription renewals that require sellers to clearly and conspicuously present the terms of the offer, get express consent from the consumer, provide […]

California’s Subscription Renewal Law About To Change

On July 1, 2018, California’s subscription auto-renewal law is about to change in a couple of important ways. This law applies to e-commerce vendors who sell to consumers on a subscription basis, where the subscription renews automatically. For example, companies that offer subscription box services are generally subject to this law. Under the law as […]