When starting up, many entrepreneurs have limited time, money and resources to get their vision off the ground. So, they skate by with a passable social-media strategy, employ some creative tactics for customer acquisitions and do their PR on a dime. But one area where founders shouldn’t cut corners is their legal needs. Not setting a company up correctly in the beginning can set an entrepreneur up for disaster in the long run.
Fortunately, we have Lori S. Hoberman, a New York City-based lawyer and entrepreneur, to offer advice to our readers on the legalities of starting and running a business.