Monthly Archives: May 2012

Startup Advice from a Venture Capitalist [Video]

[Video: Tech Start-Up Legal Issues 6: A VC’s Advice – Bloomberg Law] Interesting Bloomberg Law video interview with Ian Sigalow, a partner at Greycroft Partners LLC. Sigalow qualifies his startup advice as pertaining to the digital sector, however the conversation with Bloomberg’s Spencer Mazyck is of interest to any entrepreneur. Some takeaways – watch the… Read more »

Disabled Veterans Return to the Workforce

A growing population of military personnel returning from service and looking for work in the private sector has led the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to issue two new guidance documents on the workplace rights of disabled veterans: “Veterans and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)” directed to employers, hiring managers, and HR personnel;… Read more »

LLC vs Corporation? A Critical Decision During Business Formation [Video]

[Link: Tech Startup Issues: Forming Your Company – Bloomberg Law] “[For employees] the whole ball of wax for these types of companies is: how much equity can I get? Can I get rich? Am I going to feel passionate about working at this company?” Business formation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. There are, as they… Read more »

5 Ways OSHA Keeps Employees Safe

The Occupational Safety and Health Act is the primary law that governs workplace health and safety. It places a number of obligations and responsibilities on employers for providing safe working conditions for all employees. Compliance with the Act is enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which employs a variety of methods designed… Read more »