When Social Impact Businesses Expatriate . . .
Social impact businesses are similar to their traditional business counterparts in many legal and tax respects. However, in advising social entrepreneurs and investors, we occasionally encounter [...]
Colorado Makes the Public Benefit Corporation Act Better
In the three years since Colorado’s Public Benefit Corporation Act went into effect, lawyers who work with PBCs have seen a few ways it could be improved. This year a group of lawyers in the B [...]
Preserving Community Based Businesses through Worker Ownership
Tonya Price was our Legal Extern in her last semester before earning her J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law. Among other amazing things she did as a Blue Dot team member, she [...]
Section 83(b) elections – simple!
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To LLC or Not to LLC
Unreasonable TV: Season 2 Episode 6
After my mom attended her first Unreasonable Institute event, she said to me after with tears in her eyes: “This gives me hope for the world.” After the Unreasonable Climax earlier [...]
Time to Rethink “Exits”
I spent the first 12 years of my career working predominately with technology companies that were either funded by venture capital or seeking to be funded by venture capital. From a technical [...]