The Apex Law Podcast

Episode 12: Volunteer Liability

Volunteering is a valuable asset to corporate work, especially within nonprofits. However, if a volunteer is always held liable for accidents that happen on the job, it is far less likely that volunteers will offer the same support. In today’s podcast, Peter and Alexander discuss the Volunteer Liability Act and its relationship to protecting both …

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Episode 11: Corporate Privacy with Tara Vitale

Here at Apex, we often get questions about privacy from clients who are forming businesses. Because the internet has made it possible for people to promote and run their business without having a physical, distinct office space, entrepreneurs may not have an address other than their personal home address to disclose when registering their business …

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Episode 10: Equity Sales with Eric Part I-Letters of Intent

In this first installment of a three-part series, Alexander and Apex Partner and co-founder Eric Camm discuss the beginning of most M&A deals: letters of intent (LOIs). A letter of intent is a non-binding (in most respects) document that sets forth the parties’ understanding of the future transaction that they’ve come to after various discussions. …

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Episode 9: Negotiations

Whether it’s deciding where to eat dinner or resolving a corporate dispute, negotiations are frequently a part of both personal and professional relationships. In this podcast Peter and Alexander share some of their favorite negotiating tactics and stories from their experiences as business attorneys.  They discuss what it’s like to negotiate with other parties on …

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Episode 8: For-Profit vs. Nonprofit Corporations

Deciding whether to be a for-profit or nonprofit company is a significant milestone for any entrepreneur starting a new business. In today’s podcast, Peter and Alexander discuss the central differences between nonprofit and for-profit corporations and what might make an entrepreneur choose one entity type over the other. Peter explains the four main factors he …

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Episode 7: Top 5 Boilerplate Provisions

In the business world, reading through an entire contract can often seem like a tedious practice, especially because many of the contracts you sign have similar provisions. Reading through the new terms is wise, but why bother with the standard stuff? In today’s podcast, Alexander and Peter explain the crucial role that these standard contract …

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Episode 6: Written Agreements

When starting a business, the rosy feelings of a handshake deal or oral agreement can make a written contract seem unnecessary and restrictive. In this podcast, Peter and Alexander discuss the importance of memorializing handshake deals in written agreements despite this upfront inconvenience. Whether you’re entering into a new business as a partnership or as …

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Episode 5: 501(c)(3) Taxation

Ever wonder how nonprofits do their taxes? In today’s podcast, Peter shares his expertise in 501(c)(3) taxation to discuss when nonprofits do and don’t have to pay taxes and how they can use that knowledge to their advantage. He briefly highlights the two things nonprofits need to achieve tax-exempt status: 1) being organized for charitable …

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Episode 4: Nonprofit Bylaws with Judy Andrews

Peter hosts special guest Judy Andrews as they discuss liability and protections in nonprofit bylaws. Judy, an attorney with exceptional leadership roles and professional recognition in her nonprofit work, begins the podcast by naming what she views as the top five most important provisions to include in bylaws to protect your organization. She and Peter …

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Episode 3: Trademarks

Peter and Alexander delve into the intellectual property side of corporate governance with a discussion of trademarks. What is a trademark? How do I get one? What can and can’t be a mark?  They explain what it means to have “the exclusive right to use a particular identifier,” why your business might want that exclusive …

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