Good question. I think a lot of bootstrapped startups tend to leave the legal stuff to the smartest person in the company, who then has to learn everything he/she needs to know via Google (as opposed to law school). It’s pretty obvious the risks involved with this route. Other startups purchase boilerplate, standard templates, which make investors cringe.
I started LawTrades because as a entrepreneur myself, I noticed how legal services were inaccessible to startups. I spent way too much Googling attorneys and arranging consultations over the phone (let alone having to travel to the law offices). Also, I couldn’t help but to sigh when a lawyer would tell me his/her hourly rate.
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