Podcast: The Right Time To Lawyer Up When Starting A Company
An important decision every entrepreneur needs to make during the early stages of their startup is choosing when to engage with an attorney. Attorney’s Neil Bagchi and Glen Caplan join host Robbie Allen during the sixth episode of the For Starters podcast to help answer that question.
Neil, who started Bagchi Law in 2008 and later founded Bagchi Group in 2020 to provide financial and business strategy services as well as legal services to his clients has a keen understanding of the startup process. Listen to the podcast where he offers his take on the service that attorneys offer to early-stage companies and how founders can identify the great attorneys from the mediocre ones.
One of Neil’s key points of advice is to start the legal process early but by creating vetting questions and then seeking advice from various attorneys before fully settling on one. He goes on to say that picking and choosing only the most urgent legal services needed, and utilizing automated solutions, are two ways to prevent legal fees from getting too high in the early stages. To listen to all the details click on the above podcast or visit the episodes page on GrepBeat.
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