Five things entrepreneurs need to get right in their founding documents

“If you’re in the process of starting a new business and want to do things right, you probably already know that it’s important to have the necessary “founding documents” – your memorandum of incorporation and shareholders’ agreement – in place.  But do you know what they should cover?” says Jody Doyle, Partner, Dommisse Attorneys. This is our guide to the five most important issues we believe every startup team should consider.

By Jody Doyle (Partner, Dommisse Attorneys)

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