The Entrepreneurial Law Clinic Handbook

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West Academic, Oct 2, 2012 - Law - 283 pages
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The handbook is an e-book that mirrors the transactional needs of individuals initially seeking legal advice concerning the formation and start-up of a business and is suitable for working with microbusinesses, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit group, and for-profit businesses seeking angel investors or venture capital. Its chapters blend substance and skills training, featuring links to outside resources and exemplars such as charters, articles of organization; operating agreements; shareholders agreements, contracts, licensing agreements, and the like. Substantively, coverage begins with choice of business entity, and then moves to address the use, analysis, and drafting of transactional documents typically used in the conduct of business and the protection of a business's intellectual property. Coverage concludes with a focus on methods of financing the business entity, covering both debt, equity, and hybrid forms of financing and securities law issues. This title will support a business law clinic, a business skills development course, or an orientation manual for a law firm's or department's introductory or orientation program.

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Brian Krumm is a writer and editor with more than 15 years of experience working in educational publishing. Also a songwriter and musician, Krumm recently wrote a guide for young musicians starting their first bands as well as books about art, history, and chocolate. A history series that Krumm edited, Snapshots in History, was awarded a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers, and a graphic novel series he worked on was honored by the Chicago Book Clinic. Krumm lives in Chicago with his wife and two daughters.

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