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When two or more people form a company, and when an existing company brings on an investor, it is very important to journalize the agreements made in written contracts. These contracts must be carefully negotiated and drafted to ensure that the parties set themselves up for success. Therefore, before you agree to bring on a partner or investor, you should consult with your Private Corporate Counsel to learn how to identify and analyze the risks they bring, and develop strategies to minimize these risks, including negotiating, drafting and executing the right contracts, including the following:
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Dispute Resolution Agreements
- Shareholders’ Agreements
- Operating Agreements
- Joint Venture Agreements
- Investor’s Agreements
- Disclosure Agreements and Documents
- Investor’s Loyalty Agreements
- Investor’s Non-Compete Agreements
- Investor’s Non-Solicitation Agreements
- Role and Responsibilities Agreements
- Authority Agreements
- Investor’s Trade Secret Agreements
- Agreements Regarding Conflicts of Interest
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