LEGAL ADVICE FOR STARTUPS - Webinars series

Published on : 
Wednesday, November 2, 2016

STARTIFY7 is excited to announce a series of live webinars with iLINC, specialists in legal advice for start-ups.

STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specialising in legal advice for start-ups, are teaming up to deliver a series of free webinars on legal advice for start-ups.

The webinars will provide useful follow on support for all STARTIFY7 attendees and digital start-ups in the early stages of their business development.

Details about how to join are provided upon registration.

Webinar

Time

Name

Description

Webinar One

15 November 2016

11:00-12:00

Non-disclosure and importance of confidentiality

This webinar will cover:

Why is confidentiality important for start-ups

The law and confidentiality

Key clauses within a confidentiality agreement

Balancing commercial interests and confidentiality

Practical examples of using a confidentiality agreement

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This webinar is part of a series that deals with the legal issues that startups face in the early stages of their business development. This insightful series has been initiated by STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specializing in legal advice for start-ups

Webinar Two

25th January

2017

12:00-13:00

Legal business structure: Steps in setting up a limited company

This webinar will cover:

Considerations in creating a legal structure for a business

What are the different options for business structure in the UK?

Sole trader, limited company, partnership

 What are some advantages and disadvantages of each structure?

Practical and commercial considerations in setting up a limited company in the UK

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This webinar is part of a series that deals with the legal issues that startups face in the early stages of their business development. This insightful series has been initiated by STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specializing in legal advice for start-ups

Webinar Three

1 February 2017

15:00-16:00

Legal: Working with others in your start-up

What is employment law?

Key considerations in employing others

Types of employment contracts and consultancy agreements

IP considerations and employees

Practical steps businesses should take in employing others

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This webinar is part of a series that deals with the legal issues that startups face in the early stages of their business development. This insightful series has been initiated by STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specializing in legal advice for start-ups

Webinar Four

14 February 2017

11:00-12:00

Data Protection for your start-ups

This webinar will cover:

What is the current data protection regime in the UK?

What are the main actions businesses be taking in order to comply?

What are the new EU data protection laws (GDPR)?

What can businesses do to prepare for the changes?

Click here to register!

This webinar is part of a series that deals with the legal issues that startups face in the early stages of their business development. This insightful series has been initiated by STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specializing in legal advice for start-ups

Webinar Five

7 March 2017

12:00-13:00

Intellectual property legal health check

This webinar will cover:

What is IP?

 What are IP rights?

 How do IP rights differ (trademark, copyright, patent etc.)

Illustrate examples of the different types of IP

 IP as a business asset and its importance

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This webinar is part of a series that deals with the legal issues that startups face in the early stages of their business development. This insightful series has been initiated by STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specializing in legal advice for start-ups

Webinar Six

21 March 2017

15:00-16:00

Social media and the law

This webinar will cover:

Opportunities through use of social media

Social media, as opposed to the early 'read only' internet, provides the ability to start a conversation with other

Marketing and opportunity for research into popular trends

Debate

Potential pitfalls through use of social media

Employees and companies- consistent voice

Responsibility for content if you own website

Ownership of content if you are a user

 Libel/defamation

Criminal activity and use of  social media

Abuse – anonymous, quick and easy, access to wide variety of opinions worldwide, difficult to trace and prosecute

Trolling/cyber bullying/freedom of speech – where is the line?

 Recent prosecutions for Tweets

Adequacy of existing legislation?

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This webinar is part of a series that deals with the legal issues that startups face in the early stages of their business development. This insightful series has been initiated by STARTIFY7 and the expert team iLINC, an organisation specializing in legal advice for start-ups