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  • By Lawbite Team
  • February 26, 2014
Employment disputes in the workforce

Employment disputes in the workplace cost time and money, with the fear of tribunal often acting as a significant barrier for businesses, particula...


Employee Law, Guest, Lessons From The Frontline, Startups, Understanding The Law
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • February 11, 2014
The importance of Intellectual Property Rights for SMEs

There is a need for a better understanding and focus on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in the UK startup scene. Most often new ideas and disrup...


Intellectual Property, Startups
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • January 28, 2014
10 Music Business Myths

1. Copyright must be registered. The truth is: copyright arises automatically when an original work is created and recorded - whether in writing or...


Startups
  • By Lawbite Team
  • January 20, 2014
Thirteen Unlucky Litigation Myths by Nigel Parker

Thirteen unlucky litigation myths...  1. "Offering to negotiate is a sign of weakness" - This relies on guessing how the other side will respond to...


Startups
  • By Lawbite Team
  • January 16, 2014
An invitation to co-fund democratising the Law for SMEs

An invitation to co-fund democratising the Law for SMEs Recently LawBite held an event at Google Campus in London attended by MP and senior ministe...


Funding, In The News, Startups
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • January 10, 2014
The Telegraph: Lawyer launches jargon-free legal service for entrepreneurs

You can view the original article here. LawBite allows small business owners to access professional contracts and legal advice for a fraction of t...


In The News
  • By Lawbite Team
  • December 18, 2013
LawBite asks is innovation in legal services an oxymoron?

Inspired by an interesting post from Fondia in Finland exploring innovation in the legal services industry. The fifth annual Altman Weil Law Firms ...


In The News, Lessons From The Frontline, Startups, Technology
  • By Lawbite Team
  • December 09, 2013
Fundweb Feature Alan Moore: Crowdfunding changes the rules for investing in many ways

You can view the original article here. Crowdfunding has come about because the venture capital market for startups has failed. So it is not surpri...


Funding, In The News, Lessons From The Frontline, Media, Startups, Understanding The Law
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