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On UpCounsel, you can find and connect with top-rated North Las Vegas startup attorneys & lawyers that provide a range of startup law services for startups and entrepreneurs that are starting a business. Any of the top-rated North Las Vegas startup lawyers you connect with will be available to help with a variety of your startup law related legal needs on-demand or on an ongoing basis in the city of North Las Vegas, NV.
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Updated November 11, 2020:
What Is Trade Dress Registration?
A trade dress registration protects the design, symbol, or trademark associated with a brand. The Trademark Act 15 U.S.C. §1052 regulates trade dress, which originally referred to the product's dressing and later expanded to include product design and packaging. A trade dress application must include designs and drawings, the associated services or goods, and a description.
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Updated August 21, 2020:
What is a Restricted Stock Unit?
A Restricted Stock Unit (RSU) refers to a grant of a value equal to an amount of a company’s common stock. The RSU is typically granted to a new or valuable employee as an incentive for employment or to meet specified performance goals. In the case of a new employee, the RSU plan is commonly included as part of the employee’s initial compensation package. RSUs are very popular today with startups and technology companies seeking to hire and retain highly skilled and talented employees.
How Restricted Stock Units Work
With an RSU plan, the company offers the empl
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Anti-Dilution provision is a clause that gives an investor the right to maintain the same percentage ownership of a company by purchasing a proportional amount of shares in the future when securities are issued.
Dilution: What Is It?
To understand what “anti-dilution” is, you must first understand the meaning of dilution.
The term, “dilution” refers to an event in which the shareholders’ ownership of a company is reduced due to the issuance of new shares in that particular company. The ownership percentage is decreased as the whole capital is increased, the concept is simple as that.
Dilution occurs when you issue new stock in a company. Consider an investor who owns 30 out of a company's 100 shares; technically, he owns 30 percent of the company.
Imagine the corporation
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Updated September 30, 2020:
Regulation D: What Is It?
Regulation D is the most common method that startups use to raise money from investors without being required to register with the SEC. Using a Regulation D offering, businesses raise money faster by selling equity or debt securities while avoiding the complicated filing process and avoiding the cost of a public offering.
Regulation D contains three rules allowing exemption status: