A Practical Review of Early-Stage Startup Legal Issues (What You Wish Your Lawyer Would Explain to You But Rarely Does)

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A Practical Review of Early-Stage Startup Legal Issues (What You Wish Your Lawyer Would Explain to You But Rarely Does)

Join us on Tuesday, February 16, in Sunnyvale where George Grellas will present a short legal guide for entrepreneurs (Register at https://www.123signup.com/register?id=jnjns).

George is a veteran Silicon Valley startup business lawyer who heads a boutique firm that specializes in early-stage technology startups. Since 1984, as a founders’ lawyer, George has worked with thousands of entrepreneurs in helping them with their strategic planning, entity formation, IP protection, funding, acquisitions, and the whole range of their startup legal needs involving both deals and disputes. He is the author of the Startup Law 101 Series of tutorials for founders and entrepreneurs.

George’s style is practical, direct, and down-to-earth, emphasizing a strong working knowledge of technical issues (including tax) explained in a manner that is made understandable and helpful for those new to startups as well as for seasoned entrepreneurs.

Bring your questions for George and the other entrepreneurs around the table. There will be time for your general questions and concerns as always.

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  1. […] George Grellas has been practicing business law in Cupertino since 1984. He had some brief remarks relating to formation issues at today’s breakfast and then he opened it up for questions. What follows is an edited transcript of his opening remarks. […]

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