Money Makes the World Go-Around

In this blog post we will briefly discuss the second most commonly cited cause of startup failure — funding or cash problems. Starting a business takes money. Once upon a time, people wishing to start a business would save money, perhaps borrow some from family, and if the business had hard assets (and they were…

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How to Avoid a Product that Nobody Wants

Today’s blog post focuses on the most cited of the reasons why start ups fail: a lack of consumer interest in the product or service the business intends to provide. Every new parent’s baby is the cutest they’ve ever seen, and every start up entrepreneur starts out thinking their proposed product or service is a…

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So You Want to Start a Start Up…

Introduction Welcome to the “So You Want to Start a Start Up…” blog! I’m Paul Share, and I, along with my colleague Todd Kulkin, have been working with start ups for over 30 years. We’ve started this blog to provide you with the benefit of our experience on some of the legal and business issues…

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Todd Kulkin, Esq. Joins Warren Law Group, PC

Warren Law Group, PC is pleased to announce Todd Kulkin, Esq., a corporate, securities, and not-for-profit law attorney, as the newest member of the firm. Todd has been honored by the Reuters publication Superlawyers as a “Rising Star” in business law for the New York Metro Area from 2014-2020. Having graduated with a concentration in…

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Raising Capital? Avoid Pitfalls of a Private Placement

Recently, federal securities regulators accused six people of deceiving investors in connection with unregistered securities offerings for a supposed marijuana farm and CBD extraction facility in California. Allegedly, the defendants raised $25 million from more than 400 investors from across the country promising huge returns of 100% or more. At the core of the case,…

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Paul Share, Esq. Joins Warren Law Group

New York City – Warren Law Group is pleased to announce Paul Share, Esq., a corporate and securities law attorney with almost fifty years of experience, as the newest member of the firm. Paul also brings to the firm extensive experience in loan agreements, capital raises, intellectual property law, and the acquisition and sale of…

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Broker Says FINRA Can’t Hold Arbitration Hearing On Zoom

An Illinois broker facing a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitration sued the regulator Tuesday for alleged breach of contract, claiming that its decision to conduct the hearing via Zoom is “unworkable” due to the need for a translator in the proceeding and the complexity of the issues.

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