A founders’ agreement is key in establishing the ground rules of most startups. Such information as founder equity percentages, vesting schedules, duties and responsibilities, handling conflicts of interest, and what happens if someone quits or takes another job outside the company are just some of the many important areas that should be discussed up front and covered in the founders’ agreement . . . [Read More]
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Joe LaRocco's primary practice focuses on business formations and business contracts.