Workshop 3: Getting Legally Ready for a Start Up

Workshop 3: Getting Legally Ready for a Start Up

The excitement and the adrenaline are especially present when starting with a venture. The dynamics of the implementation of a project can result in people giving little attention to the legal aspects that give certainty to the relationships between entrepreneurs and third parties. This entails vulnerabilities. Legal advice for an entrepreneur prior to and during the start-up of a business is vital. During the workshop, it will be reviewed the “check list” to be covered in this legal accompaniment and it will be discussed the legal route to be followed before or parallel to the gestation and birth of the business. Questions such as: Which relationships should be defined between the partners – if there is more than one entrepreneur involved? What contracts are basic in any endeavor? What about the vehicle (s) and corporate structure that should be ready? Due diligence? What should be ready to talk to investors and financiers? will be addressed. The workshop will lead to sharing the practical experience of those who have advised “start-ups”, will discuss various situations that occur in the management of the client and suggestions on how to address them.

 

Place:  Star Bay Room