As an entrepreneur, it’s always important to start the year with clear goals, an action plan and a moment to reflect on what you’ve learned in the past year. With all that’s on your plate, the legal side of things is often pushed to the side. This short checklist will help you quickly review some critical legal compliance issues, so you can get back to focussing on your success in 2016!
LegalX is less than six months old, but its reputation as a hub of legal innovation has already created a global buzz.
This guide provides a short summary of the steps required to incorporate a business under Alberta Law as well as items to consider to determine whether it is the right time for your business to incorporate.
This is meant to be a practical guide providing you a short, succinct summary of the steps required to incorporate a business under Ontario Law or the federal law of Canada.
The cost of launching a tech startup has shrunk in recent years, but the same can’t be said for the cost of staffing a startup. Learn more about the distinction between an employee and a contractor and the effect it could have on your startup.
A lease is easily the biggest financial commitment a small business will make in its first years of operation. Learn why it's important to have a Lawyer review your lease before you sign it.
We’ve been up and running for two months and have been busy fine-tuning the Law Scout experience while serving our awesome early adopters. Yesterday, we rolled out a bunch of updates and improvements to the site.
Choosing a business name is something that founders agonize and obsess over. Unfortunately, the same care and attention is not always spent on protecting that name once it has been chosen.
Invoices always seem like the last thing you need to worry about as a small business owner. You’ve already done the work, so now simply send out the invoice. But it’s not that easy.
Your business is finally moving. You and your partners incorporated your company, the website is live and your first customers are rolling in. Read why a Shareholders Agreement should be your next step.