A recent Ninth Circuit case served as a wake-up call to website operators and other online service providers who rely on volunteers to curate content.
Concerns about the FinTech sector in the U.S. have grown in recent months as a result of some high-profile regulatory investigations and signs that the market has started to mature. This article details tips for international fintech companies considering a move to the U.S.
This article discusses the U.S. federal income tax consequences to employees (and other service providers, including directors, consultants and other advisers) who receive compensation in the form of tokens.
With the German venture capital market almost doubling in 2017, it is worth looking at what makes Germany an attractive market.
When a startup company gets far enough along to begin thinking about protecting their assets, D&O insurance policies can cover the necessary bases. Read the full article.
Stock options and other equity awards have historically been a common feature of the compensation packages offered by many startup companies to their employees and consultants. Yet many companies are often unaware of the pitfalls of the relevant security laws. This article provides guidance on common security law challenges faced by startup founders.
Considering moving your startup from Europe to the United States? Read about why "flipping" into a U.S. corporate legal structure could be the best option for your business.
Protecting your startup's intellectual property should be a top priority from the very beginning. This article describes common IP assignment mistakes and issues.
This article explains why exit and termination provisions in joint venture arrangements are useful, and explores the primary issues to consider when drafting and negotiating these provisions.