In the past, I’ve explained the difference between being B-Corp certified and forming a business entity...Continue Reading
Make a Stand, a Washington State Social Purpose Corporation, Rings Opening Bell for Twitter Stock Exchange and Raises Questions about “Hybrid” Entities
In honor of her use of social media to funnel more than $100,000 to nonprofits combating...Continue Reading
The Health of Hybrid Entities: How many benefit corporations and social purpose corporations are out there? A comparison and data analysis on the SPC’s relative success.
Last month, over at SocentLaw, I came across an interesting blog post by Haskell Murray explaining...Continue Reading
There is lots of movement in the social impact investment space lately it seems. Yesterday on...Continue Reading
The concept of crowdfunding is very intriguing to me. The idea that a young company could...Continue Reading
In our day-to-day practice at Apex Law, we are lucky enough to come into contact with...Continue Reading
Salesforce.com relinquishes Trademark application for “Social Enterprise”; What you Can Do to Protect a Phrase that Defines a Movement.
Language matters. Language is how we communicate, frame problems and seek their solutions, and otherwise interact...Continue Reading
I’ve recently come across a couple of interesting articles that I felt were worth sharing...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
I’m often asked: What’s the difference between a benefit corporation and a B-Corp, are they the...Continue Reading