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
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
For Companies seeking to raise seed capital, or going out for investor financing, it is important...Continue Reading
As more social enterprises seek to obtain investment capital to help grow their business, it is...Continue Reading
The L3C (Low-profit Limited Liability Company) is a for-profit business entity that, as required under its...Continue Reading
With the uncertainty surrounding new corporate entities such as the Benefit Corporation, Flexible Purpose Corporation, and...Continue Reading