Intellectual Property – Worthless To A Startup, Priceless To A Big Dumb Company
AUGUST 10, 2010
Intellectual Property (IP) is an ugly thing at a startup. However, to a Big Dumb Company (BDC), a startup’s IP is a thing of beauty.
How to Work with Lawyers at a Startup
Both Sides of the Table
JANUARY 21, 2010
Shame about not getting it in legal writing that you owned the original IP. the link is here. Many people start companies arse backwards.
De-risk Your Startup By Doing It Again: The Joy Of Getting The Band Back Together
JULY 7, 2010
Thus, care should be taken when crafting the band’s reunion tour to ensure they do not inadvertently run afoul of third-party IP rights.
How To Write An Effective Answer On Quora: Communications 101
MARCH 8, 2011
Listing a variety of bread-and-butter IP protection tactics would not have been as compelling. free weekly Infochachkie articles!
How To Make Freemium Customers Generate Revenue For Your Startup
MARCH 3, 2011
As we did not require users to sign in, we were forced to correlate IP addresses with company names, which, in 1999, was an inexact and very manual science. In the course of a few months, despite the cumbersome sales cycle, we finalized deals with a number of former BuddyHelp users including CompUSA, Blackbaud and Cox.