Current Trends in Start-Ups and Crowdfinancing
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Get an insider's viewpoint on the hottest legal trends with the UIA-LexisNexis Publications Collection. Current Trends in Start-Ups and Crowdfinancing is Book #1 in the 7-volume collection.
The Union Internationale des Avocats / International Association of Lawyers (UIA) is a global and multi-cultural organization for the legal profession that facilitates professional development, stimulates learning and networking, and promotes the Rule of Law.
Current Trends in Start-Ups and Crowdfinancing serves as a reference for corporate and commercial lawyers dealing with legal issues relating to establishing or financing a start-up in Europe or the United States.
Start-ups and crowdfinancing are an emerging trend and new development in today’s economy and legal industry, and a crucial vehicle in the supporting of young entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, governmental associations, and authorities around the globe. The nature of the start-up business is often disruptive, with a need to grow quickly. Economic and legal regulations have to adapt to these rapid developments, in particular legal regulation, which often lags behind.
This book is an attempt to cover the most relevant legal topics relating to start-ups and crowdfinancing, and is intended to assist legal practitioners in developing a better understanding of the concerns relating to start-ups and crowdfinancing. It will be useful for any legal practitioner wishing to venture into the start-up and crowdfinancing world.
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