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iSpot.tv Article on Techcrunch.com

Interesting article today on techcrunch.com about Apex Law client iSpot.tv and what they have been up to for the past year.   Today marks iSpot.tv’s launch date as services are now available.  Here’s a piece of the article illuminating the business model:   Using proprietary audio and video fingerprinting technology, the company extracts product advertisements, […]

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Professional Practice Buyouts for New Practitioners – Have Patience.

(Recently Apex Law has been working more and more with professional service providers seeking to sell their practices and/or transition into retirement.  Here is the second in a series of posts passing along some of the knowledge that we have obtained in that process) As we covered in our first post regarding professional practice buyouts,

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With Practice Transitions – Think Like a Lender

(Recently Apex Law has been working more and more with professional service providers seeking to sell their practices and/or transition into retirement.  Here is the first in a series of posts passing along some of the knowledge that we have obtained in that process) As more and more dental and other professionals reach retirement age

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Nonprofit vs. Tax-Exempt – Examining the Differences

A lot of clients and prospective clients come into meet with us here at Apex Law, and express some confusion over the difference between being a not-for-profit corporation, and a tax-exempt organization. There is a perception out there that the two concepts are one in the same, when in fact they are much different. If

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What Stance will SEC take with JOBS Act?

Last week my colleague Peter Smith penned a great piece on the new JOBS act (the “Act”) and the potential that the new Crowdfunding frontier presents (both good and bad) with this foray into new regulatory territory.  As Peter correctly points out, there are both positives (access to funding for early stage or “emerging growth

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Benefit Enforcement Proceedings for the Benefit Corporation– What are they and How will they work?

As more and more states enact legislation authorizing Benefit Corporations, more questions will be asked about the form and function of these hybrid entities.  Nowhere are these questions more evident than when examining the dispute resolution process set forth in the various state statutes. A quick primer.  Benefit Corporations are designed to allow a corporation

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Beware the “Best Efforts” Consultants

If you are a business seeking a consultant to assist your company in any number of difficult undertakings, odds are it won’t be long until you encounter the term ‘best efforts’ in an engagement agreement or services contract.  This phrase appears in many contracts for consultants who assist businesses with (1)  Debt restructuring; (2)  Identification

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Personal Guaranties and Service Contracts – A thorny legal issue

Many founders of small companies and social enterprises will be asked to Guaranty service contracts or engagement agreements with consultants or contractors. This should raise some key questions before any founder or small business owner puts themselves, and their assets, on the line for these relationships. The concept of the personal guaranty is not a

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Star Wars – Three Keys to the Alliance Victory Over the Galactic Empire

In response to the great article on forbes.com detailing the 5 mistakes of the Empire in Star Wars, I present the top 3 reasons that the rebels were able to take advantage of these mistakes, and achieve victory over the Emperor. Because this Blog spends a good deal of time looking at Social Entrepreneurship and

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Trying to Raise Capital? Seven Things Every Executive Summary Should Include

For Companies seeking to raise seed capital, or going out for investor financing, it is important to make sure your Executive Summary is well put together Executive Summaries are documents companies use when they begin to try to raise money and are used whether a company is pursuing early-stage start-up financing or later capital infusion.

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