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Perpetual non-disclosures with no area limitation

When starting a new business protecting the original idea is often a primary concern. Yet, the idea often times has to be shared with potential investors, collaborators, partners, employees, etc. in order to get the business started. Additionally, many start-ups do not have sufficient capital to pursue trademarks and patents to protect their ideas […]

By |January 11th, 2016|Business, IP, Start-Up|0 Comments

Intrastate Crowdfunding Exemption

We had the pleasure of attending a town hall last week regarding the new Texas SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) intrastate crowdfunding exemptions. This new exemption creates exciting new opportunities for new start-ups and small businesses. The exemption allows qualifying business to raise up to 1 million dollars of funds online from unaccredited investors on approved […]

By |July 5th, 2015|Business, Entrepreneur, Legal News and Events, Start-Up|0 Comments

EB-5 Business Investor Visas Quota Met

According to State Department’s chief of visa control, Charles Oppenheimer, for the first time in history the entire quota for EB-5 Investor visas for any particular country was met. This meant that no more Chinese National applications for the rest of the fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30. would be accepted/considered as the quota had […]

By |October 17th, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, Immigration, Legal News and Events, Start-Up|0 Comments

Investors Are Counting On You Renting A Single Family Home

Lately we have been seeing a huge trend towards and interest in investing in single family homes as rentals with large companies like Blackstone Group partnering with companies like Dallas-based Riverstone Residential Group and Tempe-based Treehouse Group to form a new company, called Invitation Homes, to manage its single-family rental business. We have noticed […]

By |October 1st, 2014|Family Law, Legal News and Events, Real Estate|0 Comments