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.

Religious Liberty

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibit the free exercise thereof.”  Extended to the several states by the 14th Amendment, “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.”  (Passed primarily to apply […]

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More ACred

The SEC proposed some changes to the definition of “Accredited Investors.”  The basic idea is that Accredited Investors don’t need the help of regulators to avoid being ripped off.  In other words, if you are smart and rich (accredited status only measures the later) you are on your own.  It […]

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The Palantir Letter

The S-1 Registration Statement filed by Palantir August 25th, 2020 includes an interesting letter from its CEO, Alexander Karp.  Karp says that, “The challenges that we face, and the crises that we have and will continue to confront, expose the systemic weaknesses of the institutions on which we depend.  Our […]

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No Luckin Coffee (pun intended)

Luckin Coffee is a 2 1/2 year old coffee company that manages over 4,500 outlets, many “pick up” locations, in China.  Its first stores were opened in January, 2018 in Beijing and Shanghai.  In October, 2018, a year after founding, it had 1,300 stores in China. Luckin raised $200 million […]

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The Prosecutor’s Client

All lawyers have clients.  Clients whom they are supposed to zealously represent.  For prosecutors, that client is, “The People.”  As I’m sure you know, criminal cases are captioned as “The People v. John Smith”.  (Apologies to anyone named John Smith). That representation of The People has typically been interpreted as […]

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