Lindsey S. Mignano, Doug Bend of Bend Law Group, Sabir Ibrahim of Exactify.IT, and Eric Wall of Equivity, Inc. spoke on a panel about what it takes to launch a solo or small firm practice at the Bar Association of San Francisco. In addition to providing practical tips on how to get your practice up and running, they discussed ethical considerations for using legal technology in the cloud, remote communications with other attorneys and staff, and using the Internet and/or social media to market your practice.
Lindsey S. Mignano, David Resnekov of Global Founders Capital, and Oscar Adelman of Sinai Ventures discussed startup law topics for Growth Circuit and Foreign Startups Silicon Valley at The Vault. Specifically, they discussed startup law and finance concerns such as approaching investors and raising a seed versus Series A round; protection of intellectual property (i.e., trademark and patent concerns); and hiring a team in California (i.e., independent contractor versus employee classification in California).
Lindsey S. Mignano, Alexa Binns of Maven Ventures, Danielle Delacey of Wilmot Ventures, and Nicole Jordan of Early Growth Financial Services presented for Women's Startup Lab regarding incorporating a startup business and hiring employees in CA/US; protecting intellectual property and limiting liability through effective commercial contracts; best tips for raising a significant seed round or Series A round; and what American seed VCs are looking for in 2019.