Common Law Rights

Common law rights are derived from judicial custom and precedent, and distinct from laws in statutes that are approved by legislature.

Common Stock

Units of equity ownership in a corporation entitling their holder to a share of the corporation’s success through dividends and/or capital appreciation.

Secondary Sales of Private Company Stock Blog Post

In years past, a private company stockholder would have expected to wait until the company went public or was acquired to receive any return on investment.  However, over the last…

The Importance of Online Agreements on UK Websites Blog Post

The Terms of Use Agreement (“TOU”) and the Privacy Policy found on most websites govern the relationship between the website operator and all of its customers.  Although it may be...

Frequently Asked Questions: Convertible Debt Blog Post

I get questions all the time from clients who haven’t raised convertible debt before. If my clients frequently ask these questions, no doubt there are scores of others who have…