Monthly Archives: February 2017

Why is IP valuable?


I recall inquiring a new client that essentially seem to be a software consulting firm whether it had IP (“intellectual property”) and whether it retained such IP when providing software consulting services to their clients.  Its CEO replied in the … Continue reading

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What the New England Patriots could have taught Theranos!


In a well-known quote by Theranos’ CEO, Elizabeth Homes, she stated that “I think that the minute that you have a backup plan, you’ve admitted that you’re not going to succeed.” Of course, we all k… Source: What the New … Continue reading

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What the New England Patriots could have taught Theranos!


In a well-known quote by Theranos’ CEO, Elizabeth Homes, she stated that “I think that the minute that you have a backup plan, you’ve admitted that you’re not going to succeed.” Of course, we all know what happened to her … Continue reading

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When to hire an in-house counsel?


Someone asked the simple question of when to hire an outside counsel or attorney.  And I answered accordingly. Here, instead, I would like to quickly address of when to hire in-house counsel.  In many early stage companies, I have noted … Continue reading

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