Legal documents play an essential role in protecting the interests of the business and business owners.
And don’t forget the trademarks, copyright, patents, beta testing and strategies agreements!
With everything else on our Entrepreneurial Adventurer’s desk, how can we keep up with all the documentation our business needs to always be legally protected?
On this episode of The Possibility Partners Show, Attorneys Ric Gruber Jr and Jon Pasky of Openlegal™ are here to help us better understand which documents we need for our Entrepreneurial Legal Survival Kit so we are prepared for growth and innovation.
If you’re ready to find out if you and your business are legally protected and prepared for success, please click the Play button. Knowledge is power… you need to KNOW this area of your business.
Thank you for tuning in – MUAH!
Disclaimer: This recorded conversation is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. Transmission of the conversation is not intended to create, and viewing and/or listening does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Viewers and listeners are advised to seek professional help if they are concerned about a specific legal issue.
About Ric Gruber
Ric Gruber Jr is an attorney and web entrepreneur who brings years of experience assisting start-ups through Technical, international intellectual property licensing and brand protection, working at an incubator in Silicon Valley, as well as the knowledge he has obtained over the years of self starting many of his own ventures including owning & operating restaurants, as well as being a former teacher and Division 1 athlete.
He recently was honored to sit as a Judge for the International Moot Court Competition in Information Technology & Privacy Law and expects to join the adjunct faculty staff at the John Marshall Law School’s Center for Information Technology & Privacy.
He offers experience in corporate governance, transactional intellectual property, data security, privacy compliance, restaurant franchising, advertising & entertainment law.
About Jon Pasky
Jonathan has worked as an intellectual property attorney, prosecuting patents, filing trademarks and copyrights and negotiating licenses for startup companies and established corporations alike.
In 2010, Jon co-founded what was to become the Midwest’s largest technology & innovation conference, Techweek. He also co-founded Data 2.0, Inc., which produces the Data 2.0 Summit (500+ attendees), the DataWeek Conference & Festival (1,000+ attendees) and the Developer Week Conference & Festival (1,000+ attendees) in San Francisco.
Jon’s goal is to educate and provide entrepreneurs on the necessity and benefits of robust intellectual property protection and utilization while operating with the agility and expertise that the business world demands.
Learn more about the services Ric and Jon provide their clients by visiting their flat-fee legal service website. Be sure to connect with them via the following social media platforms: Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook .