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Should you expect your legal agreement to be “bullet-proof”?

by: Startacus Admin ~ 26th April 2016
Legal eagle Thomas Taylor writes for Startacus on a number of important UK business legal issues.  Following on nicely from his previous article on What makes a legal agreement binding, Thomas returns with a great follow up consideration - Should you expect your legal agreement to be bullet-proof? UK Startup Founders’ pens at the ready... Many people expect that because an agreement i...
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Why you should care about your website privacy notice

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th January 2016
Over the last few weeks Thomas Taylor a director at Legal Document provider Net Lawman has written some fab posts for Startacus. First up came why forming a company shouldn’t be a priority when starting a business and then last week Thomas returned with an equally burning dilemma - If your Co-founder Left, Who Would Own Your Business? This week Thomas returns, t...
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Why forming a Company shouldn’t be a priority for a new Business

by: Startacus Admin ~ 3rd January 2016
It can be very tempting to register a company as one of the first tasks under your startup business plan. After all, incorporation gives a legal presence to your business and helps secure a brand name. However it is a red herring to think that in the very early days you need your business to be in this structure before you can do anything else. Setting up your business as a company should be one ...
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