AnswersOctober 20, 2017What are the bylaws really for? Bylaws are company’s detailed, formal rules that governs corporate affairs, including the rights and responsibilities of officers, directors and stockholders. They also set the guidelines for BOD and stockholder meetings. Source: The Startup Dictionary | LawTrades Legal is hard. Let’s tackle it together. Speak to one of our Legal Pros and discover how we can help. Previous How common is it for an angel/seed investor to ask for board observer rights? Next What is the board of directors? You may like these too Can someone obtain a patent for an idea, without having a prototype or working model? November 9, 2017 What are the tax advantages of an LLC vs an S-corporation? April 18, 2017 What entity is better for consulting purposes, Llc or S-Corp? November 6, 2017 Which are some of the best countries for incorporating my startup considering the risk factors? October 30, 2017 For a fresh new startup, is an expensive startup lawyer worth the price? What value do they add compared to someone who charges 50% less per hour? November 10, 2017 Can a minor form an LLC in the USA? November 9, 2017 How do I apply for an O-1 Visa? What kind of documents are needed and what experience is deemed as “good enough”? September 26, 2017 Comment There is no comment on this post. Be the first one. Leave a comment or Cancel Reply Name* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.