Attention all Los Angeles area emerging companies!

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Want to get the most out of your people and your investment? Focus on your company’s HR and corporate governance.

Join Fox Rothschild Employment and Corporate attorneys Sahara Pynes and Emily Yukich as they host a free workshop for startups and emerging companies.

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Recently, we discussed generally the NVCA’s updated model legal documents on this blog. Of particular interest in the new forms is the NVCA’s attention to anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies for emerging companies. Discrimination and harassment issues have impacted many industry-leading companies in the last year – and investors, board members and company executives all

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently published the International Entrepreneur Rule (the “Rule”), which finalizes regulations intended to increase and enhance entrepreneurship, innovation and job creation in the U.S.  The Rule becomes effective on July 17, 2017.  In a prior blog, we analyzed the Rule when it was first proposed

A recently passed House bill would permit certain start-up employees to defer taxes on stock options and restricted stock units (RSUs).  The proposed legislation aims to help emerging companies attract and retain talent by offering equity compensation on more attractive terms.

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Cash-strapped start-ups often

A new rule proposed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) grants limited entrée to entrepreneurs establishing stateside startups.  The “International Entrepreneur Rule” would permit the Secretary of Homeland Security to offer parole (temporary permission to be in the U.S.) to individuals whose businesses provide “significant public benefit.”

Who Qualifies?

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Jim Singer writes:

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Have you updated your company’s form employee and independent contractor non-disclosure agreements lately? Do they comply with notice requirements relating to “whistleblowers” that took effect May 11, 2016 under a new federal law? If your answer is “no” or “I don’t

Philadelphia Magazine just published an article I wrote examining common legal issues for startups. In it, I provide a checklist for founders looking to establish their businesses while minimizing or avoiding common legal headaches later on. Here’s an excerpt:

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Startup founders make countless decisions