The Corporate Law Group

We’re not like the other guys

We work for you, the founders, not your investors. We can help you avoid the speed bumps and take advantage of the fast lanes. We love helping entrepreneurs pursue their dreams and realize their vision. We can help with protecting intellectual property, forming your business, venture capital, corporate governance, securities, licensing, and employment matters. We believe in free minds, free markets and the creativity in every person. Do you have what it takes to build a company? Do you have a passion? If you’re that person, call us.

Privacy

We wanted to write about the legitimate goals of prosecutors but that will have to wait a couple of weeks because the political critters were at it again, drafting new, inscrutable, unfinished, ill-thought, unfledged, rules, which will cause all kinds of harm, whether unintended or not.  Here we discuss the […]

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Competitive Enterprise Socialism

In 2020 we will be promoting Competitive Enterprise Socialism.  What is it, you ask?  Good question.  It’s where the means of production are owned by whomever creates them and then those owners of the means of production compete with each other to see who can create the best product or […]

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Welcome to the Roaring Twenties 2.0

Random musings on starting a New Year. No resolutions. Just sharing a few things that interested us in 2019, and some thoughts on what 2020 might bring us.  TCLG clients closed financings, hired folks, filed periodic reports, merged, licensed, grew, etc. A great year for our clients disrupting, creating, making […]

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Economic Morality

What is economically moral?  Let’s explore a few issues.  There’s much more, but here’s a start: A stagnant economy is immoral.  It hurts the poor.  Growth allows for opportunity and economic mobility.  What is economic mobility?  The ability for all people to move up and down.  The downward movement is […]

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How to Draft

We see a lot of “legal-over-business” in our practice.  And that is exactly the opposite of how to do things.  Contracts are recitations of business expectation.  They are not the important thing.  The business is the important thing.  When you write anything legal; draft a contract; write a prospectus or […]

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