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Renate Harrison Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Renate Harrison provides her clients with legal services as they should be - with compassion, diligence, and attention to detail. Ms. Harrison helps businesses with various transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, cross-border transactions, corporate financings, and restructurings. She can also help with real estate issues and the unique legal issues that face non-profit businesses.
28 reviews

Tara Swartz Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Tara strives to work with her clients, not just for them. She specializes in employment law and her goal is to provide exceptional one-on-one service to all of her clients. She understands that cases are more quickly and cost-effectively resolved through negotiation and remediation. Tara focuses her practice on employment law on everything from discrimination claims to wage claims to medical leave.
20 reviews

Keidi Carrington Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Keidi is the founder of the boutique law firm Carrington Legal, LLC., which provides high quality legal representation to entrepreneurs, start-ups, and small to mid-sized businesses at accessible rates. Her experience as a former staff member for the SEC and State Street Bank & Trust has given her a wealth of knowledge in financial services and investment management.
19 reviews

Roger Glovsky Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Roger Glovsky is passionate about changing the way law is practiced in the U.S. and believes that legal documents should be affordable, accessible, and comprehensible. Throughout his career of more than 25 years, he has offered cost-effective services to startups and growing businesses. He uses to teach entrepreneurs and business owners about drafting and negotiating contracts.
16 reviews

James Jones Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

James a digital age lawyer for entrepreneurs. His practice is centered on fulfilling the needs of the entrepreneur, small business owner, and startup community. He can provide legal representation to clients who are launching their first business, seeking advice for future planning, or ready to expand. James' background as a teacher has helped him break down complex legal concepts for clients.
16 reviews

Lara Slachta Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Lara Phimister specializes in representing fund managers and limited partners. She has significant experience advising startups on formation and venture capital financings. Before graduating from Yale, Ms. Phimister served in the Peace Corps, volunteering in Amman, Jordan. Her passion for charitable work survives through her work advising social enterprises.
14 reviews

Jo Ann Jorge Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Jo Ann Jorge primarily helps businesses during the early startup stages, but she also has experience in providing legal support to small and medium-sized businesses as well. Jo Ann has been an attorney at law for the past 21 years and is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. She received her degree in law from the Suffolk University Law School. Some of Jo Ann’s past corporate clients include Portalung and LockeBridge. She is currently a partner at Gleason & Gleason.
10 reviews

John Ray Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

John is the Principal of the Ray Legal Consulting Group and has over 12 years of complex class action litigation and appellate experience. He has special expertise in discrimination, First Amendment, and intellectual property/media litigation. John also takes on civil rights cases for individual clients, which can have a significant impact on the rights of women, racial minorities, and other groups.
8 reviews

James Cormier Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

James Cormier is an attorney at law with over nine years of experience. He mainly focuses on assisting startup companies and entrepreneurs with their legal issues. James has extensive experience in commercial contracts, trademark and copyrights, as well as in real estate legal practice areas. He has represented Crack Apps and InnLinkr, as well as numerous other corporate clients. James recently became the principal attorney at BeaconLegal LLC.
4 reviews

E. Jay Wilusz Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Edward Jay Eilusz is an intellectual property attorney that also specializes in transactional law and related legal practice areas. He primarily focuses on providing his legal services to companies in the biotech, pharmaceutical and mechanical industries, but has experience in dealing with companies in other industries as well. Edward is a member of the Washing Patent Bar. He is licensed to practice law in Washington and New Jersey. Edward is the principal of the EJW Pharma Strategy LLC.
22 reviews

Roger Matthews Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Roger Matthews has been a corporate attorney for almost 50 years. He graduated with a legal degree from Harvard Law School. Roger also attended Yale College. He has been licensed to practice law in multiple U.S. states, but currently resides and offers his legal assistance to corporate clients in Massachusetts. Roger recently became a senior counselor at Dharlaw LLP. Previously, he as a partner and senior attorney at Denner Associates.
2 reviews

Michel Bamani Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Michel Bamani is a business attorney with six years’ experience. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and received his Juris Doctor in law from the Boston University School of Law. Michel has a broad range of experience in different legal fields, but primarily specializes in commercial contracts and business formation, as well as mergers and acquisitions. Between July 2015 and June 2017, Michel served as a corporate associate at Sherin and Lodgen.
2 reviews

David Harlow Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

David Harlow is an attorney at law with more than three decades of experience. He primarily specializes in providing legal assistance to corporate clients in the healthcare industry. David is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. He received his Juris Doctorate degree in law from the Boston University School of Law. Some of David’s most recent corporate clients include Flow Health and American Well. He has been the principal attorney at The Harlow Group LLC since September 2005.
2 reviews

Jake Adams Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Jake Adams is a corporate attorney with exceptional experience in commercial and financial-related legal practice areas. He has been serving corporate clients in Massachusetts for the past year. Jake obtained his degree in law from the King’s College in London. He has represented numerous corporate clients, including Excellence in F&I LLC and Clyde Meserve Appliance Inc. Jake founded his own legal offices in January 2017.
2 reviews

Christopher Ray Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Christopher Ray is an attorney at law with exceptional experience in dealing with legal matters related to labor and employment law. He obtained his J.D. in law from the Suffolk University Law School. Christopher has been practicing law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for the past three years. He is also experienced in dealing with mergers and acquisitions. Christopher has been a risk management partner at C-Squared Consulting P.C. since March 2016.
2 reviews

Stanley Kay Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Stanley Kay is a corporate attorney with more than three decades worth of experience. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and has a Juris Doctorate degree in law, which he received after his graduation from the University of Texas School of Law. Stanley primarily specializes in mergers and acquisitions, but is also experienced in drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts. In January 1994, Stanley founded his own law office.
2 reviews

Eric Asquith Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Successful attorney/litigator with a passion for entrepreneurialism, technology and real estate. Strong communicator, presenter and analytical decision maker. I have been ... read more
2 reviews

Thomas Camp Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Based in Waltham, Thomas Camp is the founder of Camp Corporate Law, LLC. He brings 25 years of legal and senior executive experience. His expertise is in business and corporate law and he specializes in general corporate matters, startups, mergers and acquisitions, and legal issues relevant to dental practices. Thomas received a J.D. cum laude from Boston College Law School and also has an M.B.A.
2 reviews

Ildiko Mehes Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Ildiko Mehes has more than 15 years of experience as an attorney and primarily focuses on offering legal advice to CEOs and board members of pharmaceutical companies. She has represented many corporate clients, including The Home Depot and Apotex. Ildiko is licensed to practice law in Ontario and Massachusetts. She has a Juris Doctorate in law, which she obtained after graduating from the Osgoode Hall Law School. Ildiko is currently the senior vice president at Teva Pharmaceutical Inustries.
2 reviews

Frank Maniscalco Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Attorney Frank Maniscalco has an industrial engineering background which helps fuel his desire to help corporations and businesses solve all of their problems. He works to help companies with encryption technology, IP transport industries, medical devices, and information technology. With over 18 years of experience, Attorney Maniscalco has represented top clients including CRF Health, Frictionless Commerce, and BBN Technologies.
2 reviews

Alan Vail Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Alan Vail is a business legal counselor who has more than 11 years of experience. He has been licensed to serve corporate clients in both Maryland and Massachusetts. Alan received a J.D. in law after he graduated from the Washington College of Law, American University. He specializes in drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial contracts. Alan founded Vail Law in September 2015, where he now serves as a sole practitioner.
2 reviews

John Espinosa Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Attorney, educator, mediator, and former career paralegal. John has over 15 years experience in the legal field from multiple perspectives. A graduate of The University of ... read more
1 review

William Mostyn Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

William Mostyn is an intellectual property and litigation attorney. He specializes in patents, copyrights, domain names and commercial contracts. William is also able to assist startup companies with their business formation legal matters. He is a member of the Massachusetts Patent Bar and has been licensed to practice law in Massachusetts since 2010. William founded his own law firm, Mostyn IP LLC, in 2016. Prior to this position, he was an associate at Cesari And McKenna LLP.
1 review

Dave Brown Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Founder of Boston MicroLaw, Dave Brown believes that his small and growing business clients shouldn’t have to watch the clock whenever they need an attorney. Brown charges flat fees and guarantees them before work ever starts. He helps his clients to start and grow thriving businesses with a focus on business formation, contracts, trademarks, and corporate governance.

Michael Morris Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Michael Morris is founder of Outside In Advisors, LLC, a boutique law firm and business consultancy. His firm is committed to working closely with clients as a team, ultimately changing the way lawyers interact with their clients. He works with individuals, businesses of all sizes, and investors.

Justin Duclos Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Justin Duclos started his legal career with litigation cases, but has experience in dealing with cases related to real estate, employment law, business formation, bankruptcy, taxation and general business law. He is licensed to practice law in numerous states, including Massachusetts, New York, Los Angeles, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Justin was awarded a Zuckerman Fellowship while attending Harvard University. He currently acts as a private practicing attorney.

Sean Carnathan Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Sean Carnathan is a business attorney with more than 20 years’ experience. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. Sean specializes in all legal matters related to business law, with exceptional experience in labor and employment law, as well as in securities and finances. Sean has a J.D. in law, which he received from the University of Maine School of Law. He has been a partner at O’Connot, Carnathan and Mack since February 2004.

David Groshoff Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

David Groshoff is an Associate Professor of Business and Law at the Los Angeles-based Private Liberal Arts University. For almost five years, he was a Managing Member for BXLNT, LLC. With over 10 years of experience, he specializes in many areas - but originally he studied Business and Commercial Law with The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. He went on to get his Master's from Harvard University.

Matthew Denoncour Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Matthew Denoncour is both a businessman and an attorney. He has been providing his legal services to corporate clients for the past four years. Matthew is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Florida. He received his J.D. degree in law from the Creighton University School of Law. Matthew is experienced in working on cases that involve mergers and acquisitions. Between 2013 and 2016, he served as a staff attorney at 21st Century Oncology.

Brian Wells Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Brian Wells is both an intellectual property advisor and a trial lawyer. He has over a decade of experience. Brian often deals with legal cases related to trademark and copyright law, as well as patents. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and is also a member of the Massachusetts Patent Bar. Brian received his J.D. in law from the Boston College Law School. He founded his own legal firm, Well P.C. in March 2017.

Joseph Moen Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Joseph Moen is an attorney at law with more than six years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in multiple states, including Massachusetts, New York and New Hampshire. Joseph obtained his Juris Doctorate degree in law from the Western New England University School of Law. He is experienced in dealing with real estate law, as well as business formation and structure. Joseph founded his own law office in January 2016.

Phillips (Phil) Axten Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Phillips Axten is an attorney at law who has been serving corporate clients for the past four decades. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and obtained his degree in law from the Boston University School of Law. Phillips is exceptionally skilled in dealing with legal cases that involve mergers and acquisitions. He is also experienced in dealing with commercial contracts. Phillips served as the vice principal of the Lahey Health System for 16 years.

Christina Simpson Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Ms. Simpson has a background in intellectual property and contracts, as she has worked for several intellectual property and entertainment law firms, both in Boston, MA and... read more

Brendan T. Redmond Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Senior attorney/executive with over 25 years’ experience developing successful strategic relationships and new business opportunities for global, entrepreneurial informatio... read more

Andrew Bunnell Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Andrew G. Bunnell serves as Of Counsel to the reputable Scafidi Juliano, LLP firm in Massachusetts. A diverse attorney, he’s known as a trusted and respectable advisor to his clients, providing representation and counsel in the areas of personal injury, probate and estate matters, real estate, business formation, employment disagreements and commercial partnership disputes.

Jeffrey Loeb Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Jeffrey Loeb is a shareholder at Rich May Attorneys at Law, where he focuses on real estate and business litigation. He serves as the the co-chair of the firm’s Real Estate and Title Litigation practice group. A lawyer of over 15 years, Jeffrey has tried cases in both state and federal courts. Jeffrey is a graduate of Yale and Boston College Law School.

Tim Moynihan Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Tim Moynihan is an experienced corporate attorney based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and licensed to practice in both New York and Massachusetts. He is the founder of Moynihan Partners LLC and counsels clients on a range of legal and strategic matters, including governance and financing issues. Previously, he served as General Counsel to Forrester Research, Inc. Tim holds a J.D. from Boston College Law School.

Eric Osterberg Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Eric Osterberg is an experienced draftsman and negotiator of software licenses (including SaaS), music licenses, trademark and copyright applications, NDAs, website privacy policies, and terms of use. He has litigated numerous cases in federal courts across the country and serves as general counsel to a number of startups and small businesses and helps them address a full range of issues.

Daniel Reilly Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Daniel is a member of the Rhode Island General Assembly and a startup veteran focused on helping startups on issues related to new business formation and general business operations. He is a responsive lawmaker who publishes his latest initiatives, legislative activities, and press releases. Daniel understands the many issues startups face and works them to prevent problems.

Robert Linch Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Since 2015, Robert has worked as a solo practitioner offering small and medium sized businesses legal services including transaction matters, general counsel services, and business litigation. Rob has played a key role in the planning, incorporation, launch, and development of a successful startup company where he continues to serve as the chief legal counsel.

Dan Rosenthal Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Dan is the Managing Partner of and his practice focuses on representing content creators in the tech and entertainment industries. As a developer, media personality, and attorney with over 15 years of experience in the industry, he has detailed knowledge of the needs of creative professionals. He has "Excellent" and "Top Contributor" ratings on Avvo in the gaming category.

Adam Hopkins Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Adam concentrates his practice on providing high-quality legal services on a variety of areas including corporate law, business transactions, estate planning, and residential real estate. He is a regular contributor to many industry-focused blogs and online journals. Before establishing his firm, AHopLaw, he practiced as an attorney for mid-size firms in Boston and worked for a company in DC.

Matthew Hadge Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Matthew Hadge is primarily a real estate attorney, but also has experience in dealing with other business-related legal practice areas, including business formation and commercial contracts. Matthew is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and obtained his legal degree from Boston College Law School. He has been an associate attorney at Regnante Sterio & Osborne LLP since August 2016. Prior to this position, he was a Judicial Clerk at the Massachusetts Land Court.

Theodore Joyce Startup Lawyer for Boston, MA

Theodore is a tax and general business attorney with over 15 years of experience. He can provide big-firm experience at lower prices through his boutique law practice where he welcomes a variety of business matters including joint ventures, corporate governance, and tax planning. As an advocate for the arts, he enjoys representing artists and non-profit organizations, often on a pro bono basis.
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Important Startup Attorney Services


As you begin your search for an attorney to help your startup with its initial legal requirements, you’ll want to ensure that the attorney you hire is capable of providing a diverse set of services.  Your startup – like most businesses – may seem straightforward from a legal perspective, but in reality, there are a number of “pain points” that commonly affect startups and that are worth keeping in mind as you move forward.


Intellectual Property Protection


Intellectual property – patents, trademarks, copyright, trade secrets, etc. – may comprise the bulk of a company’s value, and this is particularly true in the startup world, where there may be an initial dearth of human capital, equipment, and other high-value assets.


To protect your intellectual property, your attorney must prove capable of a variety of tasks.  Skilled startup attorneys draft confidentiality agreements and non-disclosure agreements to prevent employees, contractors, and other service providers from revealing information to competitors.  After working with you to formulate a patent/trademark strategy that meets your budgetary restrictions and adequately protects your IP, your attorney should submit the relevant applications to the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO).  In the event of infringement, your attorney should take steps to negotiate with the infringers to end the infringement and settle the issue.  If negotiations break down, your attorney should be able to litigate the case or should refer you to an attorney with such experience.



Employment Contracts


Employment contracts can be rather confusing to navigate in the early growth stage of a startup, as circumstances not only engage the usual complexities of an employment contract (i.e., setting reasonable terms that are in comport with the law), but also frequently involve some stake in the company itself.  To prevent any unfortunate misunderstandings down the road, it’s important to hire a Boston startup attorney who knows how to draft an employment contract and a stock agreement.



Business Formation Services


The vast majority of startups will either incorporate or form as a partnership.  By default, owners are not shielded from the risk of legal liability.  By incorporating, however, you can prevent a lawsuit from penetrating the personal assets of owners, employees, and investors.

Suppose, for example, that you own a sole proprietorship startup – you are the sole owner.  Your startup is subsequently sued by a disgruntled ex-employee.  The employee wins the a damages award of, say, $250,000.  If the business is not able to absorb this cost (as is true for many early stage startups), then the plaintiff can sue you as the sole proprietor and reach your personal assets.  To put it simply: you may have to pay for your company’s legal liabilities out of your own pockets.


Most startup attorneys are familiar with drafting the necessary documents and registering a company in the desired form.  They should also provide some supplementary advisory services to help you decide which corporate/partnership form makes sense for your business.



Qualities of a Great Startup Attorney


Though every startup is likely to have somewhat different expectations for their attorney, the best startup attorneys share certain common, positive traits.

For a long time, attorneys were able to portray and sell a quality of service that was inconsistent with their actual offering.  With UpCounsel, however, you can browse the ratings, reviews, and repeat-client numbers for an attorney.  Positive UpCounsel ratings can be taken as a reliable indicator of high-quality legal services.


What do great startup attorneys do to separate themselves from the pack?


Strategic Advising


Your attorney should not just be an instrument for drafting contracts, registering your business, and submitting intellectual property applications – a skilled startup attorney should work with you to ensure that you and your team understand the legal issues as they come up.  Further, your attorney should advise you on the strategic consequences of various legal decisions.  For example, if you are entering into a contract with another business, your attorney should not simply draft the contract document itself, but should also explain the advantages and disadvantages of relevant provisions.


No Hours Padding


Hiring an attorney can quickly drain the limited operating budget of an early stage startup.  Though you can take certain measures to maximize your return on your startup attorney’s billable hours, it’s critical that you work with an attorney who is open and honest about their billable hours.  It can feel like you’re fighting a losing battle if you work with an attorney who is constantly attempting to pad their hours and charge you additional legal fees.  Remember to read UpCounsel reviews to assess whether your attorney struggles with this issue.




The startup environment is typically fast-paced and feedback-oriented.  As such, your attorney should be compatible with a heightened level of engagement.  Avoid attorneys who respond to concerns after several days delay.  Time is especially valuable in the startup context.  If your attorney is slow to respond and does not seem particularly invested in the attorney-client relationship, he or she may stall important, internal decision-making processes.



Contract Considerations for the Growing Startup


Startups – like all companies – must navigate a variety of contracts in order to do business.  Regardless of what specialty your startup attorney has, they should at the very least be a capable contract lawyer.  The best contract attorneys will take the time to explain the strategic advantages and disadvantages of various contract provisions, but as a layperson, it is worth keeping in mind a few baseline understandings applicable to many of the contracts your startup will execute.


Breach May Be The Correct Strategy


It is important that you understand that breach is a strategically-available option.  Breaching one’s contract may be a reasonable choice given the circumstances.  Depending on how the contract was drafted, there may be fees for such breach, or an alternative dispute resolution process to determine damages, or the breach may ultimately result in settlement or a lawsuit.  Though breach is not usually “desired,” it should not be considered off-limits.


Negotiate and Draft Favorable Terms


There are provisions in your business contracts that may initially appear to be of minor significance, but may actually become quite meaningful later on.  As such, it is important that you negotiate and draft favorable terms for all relevant aspects of the contract, even those that may not seem worthwhile at first.


For example, when you execute a contract, the state jurisdiction that you select to govern the contract may affect whether other terms of the agreement are deemed valid and enforceable under the law.


Consider Including an Arbitration Provision


Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that can be highly advantageous to growing startups.  The decision made by a neutral arbitrator (out of court) can be confirmed by a court of law and serve as the final judgment over the matter.  Further, arbitration is private and thus avoids the potential reputational damage of associating your brand with a lawsuit.


If you are interested in including an arbitration provision in your contracts, speak with your contract attorney.  They will advise on the specific implementation of your arbitration provision (and can provide additional information on potential alternatives) and will draft accordingly.


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