"Legal Stuff Explained" is a series of workshops, taught by local lawyers to the entrepreneurial community of New York.
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Thanks to everyone who joined us yesterday for our fourth Legal Stuff Explained session of the year. Bill Carleton, Larry Baker, and David Rose took questions from the audience and spoke on a number of issues in equity crowdfunding and the JOBS Act. It was a very dense and in-depth talk, so we definitely recommend watching the whole thing. Recap and highlights from the panel follow below, but if you are interested in the full transcript of the event, consider joining this crowdfunding effort.
Crowdfunding State of the Art:
The JOBS Act:
We hope we cleared up some confusion! In case you missed it, we have a streaming video of the entire event here!
Thank you to all who were able to join us for yesterday’s Legal Stuff Explained. Arina Shulga presented on a range of legal issues surrounding mobile app development, including corporate, employment, and intellectual property law, as well as government regulations. We’re currently preparing a video of Arina’s presentation and we’ll post that soon! Meanwhile, check out the main takeaways below:
Intellectual Property Considerations:
The powerpoint Arina used during her presentation is available here.