A lot of clients and prospective clients come into meet with us here at Apex Law,...Continue Reading
Capital and Control: The final two considerations for determining legal structure for your Social Enterprise.
You want to make a change with your new business venture and you’re ready to file...Continue Reading
Why My Washington Bar Colleagues Should Consider District Court for Litigation in Washington State: “Tastes Great. . . Less Filing!”
Last Tuesday at the King County Bar Association’s Solo and Small Firm monthly meeting, I was reminded...Continue Reading
The Latest on Washington State’s Social Purpose Corporation – Is Seattle the Capital for Social Entrepreneurship?
Over the course of my routine internet reading this past week, I came across a large...Continue Reading
I’m often asked: What’s the difference between a benefit corporation and a B-Corp, are they the...Continue Reading
Effective today, Washington will recognize a new corporate entity: the social purpose corporation. You can learn...Continue Reading
Are the managers of traditional corporations “really” required to maximize profits to shareholders? A review of eBay v. Craiglist et al, in the argument supporting “hybrid” social enterprises.
Over at her blog Razesquire, Karen Raz asked an interesting question summarized as follows: where in...Continue Reading
Last week my colleague Peter Smith penned a great piece on the new JOBS act (the...Continue Reading
Why a start-up should use an attorney to help form their business structure from “This Week in Startups”
Here’s a question I often get: should I use an attorney when first form my company,...Continue Reading
Now that the President has signed the Jump-Start Our Business Start-Ups (JOBS) Act (the “ACT”), crowdfunding...Continue Reading