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These Hartung Schroeder Practice Notes have been provided to provide the public with educational materials related to startups and growing businesses.
This Hartung Schroeder Practice Note provides an overview of the employment laws, practices, and policies of particular concern for startups, entrepreneurs, and growing businesses.
This Hartung Schroeder Practice Note provides an overview of the lifecycle of a typical startup, focusing on the type of startup that is a likely candidate for venture capital financing, and the types of financial instruments a typical startup issues to raise capital at each of the various stages of its lifecycle.