It’s no surprise to learn that the founders of new startups often spend a majority of their time focused on growing their business by developing, refining and marketing their product or service, hiring great people, and working tirelessly to get potential investors excited enough about their ideas and business plan to make an investment. However, in the rush to move things forward as quickly as possible, many other important matters are swept to the side at the early stages on the basis that they are not critical. Also, due to cost concerns, hiring lawyers and other professional advisors is usually out of the question.
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