Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

The Federal Trade Commission is an independent regulatory agency authorized by the Federal Trade Commission Act to protect consumers from anti-competitive business practices including but not limited to false advertising, predatory pricing, and monopolies.


Antitrust refers to the body of law that prevents or regulates monopolies (or “trusts”) and promotes fair competition in business.

Why ESG Matters for Startups Blog Post

Many of our earlier stage private company clients believe that ESG is mainly a concern of public companies (for an explanation of what ESG is, see this post).  They see…

How to Choose Your Corporate Name Blog Post

You’ve done it.  After brainstorming for hours, furiously using Google to search for synonyms or words that rhyme, and running names by friends and family, you’ve finally found the perfect...