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patentproctor
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Attorney Client - Start up
« on: Oct 12th, 2007, 10:57am »
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Hello:
 
I represent a client in all IP from his newly formed company.   Another attorney is handling the formation and other business aspects.  What considerations/issues should I be concerned with when talking to the attorney about client issues?
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Re: Attorney Client - Start up
« Reply #1 on: Oct 19th, 2007, 11:49am »
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Ensure that you are not representing the person, but the entity that your counter attorney is forming.
 
Everything should start to move much smoother from there on.  If you do not, and he/she intends to bring in investors or clients (make $), you will start to pit yourself and the founder against the company.
 
Sounds like fun!  Good Luck,
 
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