Public Benefit Corporation, B Corporation, or a 501(c)(3)
Today’s social and philanthropic entrepreneur is faced with an increasing number of entity types and structures. What structure will work best for your organization’s mission and goals?
How to Avoid Presenting a Flat Tire for a Buyer to Kick
Congratulations, you have successfully negotiated a term sheet on behalf of your startup! Now comes the not-totally-painless corporate equivalent of a full cavity search: due diligence.
Companies offering and selling stocks, notes, and other securities to raise capital must either register the securities with the Securities and Exchange Commission or rely on an exemption to registration. One long-standing, though rarely used, exemption is provided by Regulation A.
The changes brought by the JOBS Act likely will have a significant impact on the manner and means through which startup companies will raise capital.
A previous issue of International Insights (the first part of a three part series on doing business in India) provided an overview of best practices for contracting with Indian parties. Part two is a general description of high growth sectors in the Indian market economy, as well as a summary of investment guidelines for foreign investors.