AI in software development: data scraping
AI is an ongoing trend that every startup wishes to implement in their product. It can speed up delivery time and offer new features otherwise complicated to develop. But there are still legal issues, especially around intellectual property (IP) rights, that create concerns for investors.
How to expand your business to the US
Almost every startup reaches a moment where the US market's potential becomes too enticing to ignore. Yet, embarking on this journey is anything but straightforward. It demands strategic planning, an understanding of the US's legal frameworks and insights into local market dynamics. Let's simplify the steps to a successful US expansion in a clear timeline.
Right of first refusal
Hey there, startup nation! Q1 is in full swing and we know you might be eyeing a new round of fundraising for your venture. Today, we’re getting personal with another investor right you might come across during negotiating a term sheet - the right of first refusal (ROFR). Let’s get started.
Explain how ESOP works to your team
When it comes to rolling out an ESOP, the legal part can easily overshadow the heart of the matter: clear communication with your team. At the end of the day, the ESOP program aims to motivate your employees by sharing the company's success with them. But, if your team isn’t entirely clued into what ESOP is, how it benefits them, or how it works, all your hard work may fall flat. Learn how to communicate it well so your team gets the most our of it.
Understand the investment process for startups
A key hurdle to being investment-ready is the idea of due diligence. Potential investors will follow a due diligence process to make sure that your company is a viable fit for their investment. Learn how to prepare ahead to speed up your next investment round and attract the best investors.
How to incorporate your startup in the US
Looking to break into the US market? Many foreign startups, including those from Czechia and Slovakia, opt for Delaware's business-friendly environment. But this path has its challenges. This guide explains these hurdles and how to overcome them with the right legal expertise.
Hello startup superstars, we have to be honest with you. The whole “New Year, new me” phrase doesn’t really apply to us. We value consistency - and that’s why we’re back with our newsletter devoted to explaining key legal terms to startup enthusiasts. Today, we’re launching a new miniseries on investor rights in the context of negotiating a term sheet - starting with pre-emptive right.