Startup advice: 5 legal mistakes to avoid

The Daily Business Post asked Stephen Dillon, founder of Startups Ireland, how businesses can avoid some of the most common legal mistakes made in the early stages.

18th August, 2014
Doing the groundwork at the beginning will save you time and money down the line

The excitement and energy that goes hand in hand with starting a new business can define its success, but it can also lead to problems down the road if the initial enthusiasm leads you to overlook details that can come back to haunt you later.

It’s easier than ever to start a new business, but not everyone with a vision will have the legal and managerial know-how to avoid all the potential pitfalls new business...

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