Misha Britan

February 15th, 2015

I heard that one need a real estate license in order to directly benefit from a real estate transaction. More than by a token fee.. So how do companies... More

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Edward Heywood CEO of Waffle. MSc Imperial College Business School Graduate. TedX Speaker.

April 12th, 2015

I've found a few templates that cover U.S. law vesting share agreements for co-founders but have found it difficult to find one for U.K. law. Where... More

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February 13th, 2017

Hey, I am currently building a physical prototype. I found that there is a company that manufactures a new type of compressor, but it only sells specified... More

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Mohammad Abu Musa

November 6th, 2016

I am incorporating a company in BVI, I have a deal with an investor where he takes %10 (1000 shares) & I take 90% (9000) shares. in total 10,000... More

Dave Scotese Freelance Consultant among Private Entrepreneurs

October 10th, 2016

While pondering what freedom really is, I decided that everyone is always completely free.  What makes us feel otherwise is the fear of punishment. ... More


January 13th, 2017

Obviously having a lawyer look at it, but would love to know opinions on what should be avoided or included.

Diana Ježková

January 16th, 2017

From my point of view the key advantage is the gateway provide to interest-based negotiation by the presence of a neutral person in the negotiating... More


April 17th, 2017

If a company is profitable largely because it breaks the laws of a state (for argument's sake, let's say laws set by a state transportation authority),... More


Last updated on November 11th, 2017

I'm assuming the answer is 'yes,' but I wonder what the consequences are. For instance, it's illegal for a tobacco company to advertise to youth,... More