Category E-Commerce Law
Getting the Initial Investment For Your Startup Startups usually require a quick initial investment to get off the ground and continue to grow. This investment typically takes the form of a convertible note (“c-note”) – a loan. But the note is not your typical debt instrument. It does not require repayment. Instead, the investment “converts”
No business owner enjoys opening the mail and finding a letter from the Attorney General notifying them they are in violation of the law – and threatening civil penalties. However, in 2012, this is what hundreds of mobile app operators received from the California Attorney General’s Office. It’s understandable that the operators would be surprised.