Business Startup

News Roundup: Business is an Adventure; Robotic Technology; Electronics Ban

The Future of Robotic Technology

President Trump’s pick for Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao will likely lead a historic transformation in the FAA and NHTSA. Self-driving cars and drone technology are rapidly advancing, and the regulations implemented in the next four years will influence that advancement. Robotic technology may (or may not) be the future of how we conduct business.

Seattle Paid Family and Medical Leave

The City of Seattle and Washington State are both currently considering policies requiring businesses to offer paid family and medical leave. Councilmember Lorena Gonzalez just revealed a plan for the Seattle policy.

Virgin Atlantic’s “Business is an Adventure” Series

Tuesday, March 28, Virgin Atlantic is hosting the next installment of their “Business is an Adventure” live event series in...

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Business Startup

What Kind of Startup Investor is Right for Your Company?

While not all startups have to raise money to scale, most startups will need some investor money to grow. When it’s time to fundraise, there are many potential sources of funding for your startup. Today’s blog post will discuss different kinds of startup investor and explore other ways startups find the financial support they need to be successful.

What is an Angel Investor?

Angel investors are usually individuals, or groups of individuals, who invest their own money into early stage companies. “Seed funding” from angel investors is usually one of the first sources of financing a startup company will pursue (generally after raising initial funds from the founders and their friends and family). This seed funding is generally used to support the...

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Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Attorney-client Privilege: What to Know to Protect Your Business

What is the attorney-client privilege generally?

The attorney-client privilege is the legal right that protects communications between a person and her attorney from compelled disclosure in a legal action. Attorney-client privilege is most often invoked when a person is asked to provide details of communications in a court proceeding or regulatory hearing, and it is codified in Washington as a rule of evidence. In a hearing, if a party otherwise entitled to the information asks for details or copies of communications and the communications are subject to attorney-client privilege, then the person being asked to disclose the information can withhold certain parts of those communications by claiming the attorney-client privilege. 

Why do we have the attorney-client privilege?

The attorney-client privilege exists because it...

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