Startup companies need funding, and entrepreneurs are rarely eager to turn away potential sources of investment. Companies and entrepreneurs often see the initial appeal in using so-called “finders” to help them sell shares in their company to raise cash. Though not formally defined, a “finder” is typically an individual or company that receives compensation in
Life is unexpected. Sometimes terrible things happen that will catch you off guard. Don’t let that be the case for your business. Have a plan in place for unfortunate possibilities. A buy/sell agreement between you and your business partner can dictate what should happen to certain aspects of your company if worse comes to worst..
Let’s say someone wronged you, and you’ve been going back and forth with them for months in an attempt to resolve things. You’ve finally agreed to settlement terms, but you aren’t sure you trust the person who stiffed you in the first place to comply. To help with this, your lawyer is recommending you have
In Part 1, we gave you an inside look into the beginning phases of a merger and what you need to know to hit the ground running. In this Part 2, we’re wrapping things up with details to keep in mind for the final stages.
The short answer is venues most commonly pay for live music licenses from ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and/or GMR. Bands performing live cover songs, and the venues that host them, are sometimes unaware of the issues behind having the proper legal rights in place for public performances of such music.
Merging businesses can be a daunting task. There are many assets at stake, lots of parties involved and numerous steps to consider. But, mergers can give companies the chance to grow their business, eliminate competition, and diversify their overall goals.
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