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Startup Series Part 3: IP and Employment Agreements
Are your employees creating something new for your company? Include an IP assignment clause in their employment contract or they could own the rights.
Australia’s New Whistleblower Laws: What Employers Need To Do
The new whistleblower laws that took effect July 2019 have several requirements for Australian companies. Do you know what you need to do?
The Legal Differences Between a Full-time and Part-time Employee
Know what differentiates between full-time and part-time employees in the eyes of the law
Top 7 Risks For Taking Your Business International
Know the risks your business will face before expanding overseas so you can be prepared and navigate the waters of a new market with ease
Startup Series Part 2: Using An IP Assignment
Curious to know when you should consider an intellectual property assignment? Here's an outline of when your business will need one.
11 DPIA-triggers explained by Hollywood blockbuster movies
We found matches for the 11 DPIA triggers issued by the European Data Protection Board and matched them with old films to make understanding it all that little bit more interesting.
Can Mediation Resolve Your Company’s Dispute?
Headed for court? Mediation could be the solution that helps your business escape the time suck and costly legal fees of going down the litigation path.
Startup Series Part 1: Intellectual Property
Guya Santomauro answers common questions posed by UK startups. The first in the series on intellectual property details the purpose of an assignment of IP
My Star Employee Is Moonlighting For Someone Else, Is That Legal?
Are your employees allowed to work elsewhere in the evenings? What about other directors in your business? You may be surprised by the answer.
Can Blockchain Protect Your Intellectual Property?
The basics on blockchain, intellectual property, and patents so you can protect your next great idea.
The FinTech Series: Part 1 Contracts
We deep dive into two of the most crucial legal contracts FinTech startups need with examples for how to draft them for maximum protection for your business