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You need the terms and conditions. What you can do though is simply changes the specs of the terms and conditions to accomodate this segment of your clients. People who want the license but are willing ( for whaterver reason ) willing to aquire the product on their own dime can still do so. Prot...

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You should retain a lawyer, or another qualified individual, to act as the third party designee for the corporation (if you do not have a partner or co-owner who is a US citizen). The designee should prepare Form SS-4 (Application for Employer Identification Number) and Form 8821 (Tax Information...

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It depends on what your contract says and what you want to do. Ultimately you need to decide what you want and then we can work backwards from that. But no just having the conversation does not automatically oust you.

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I am not an attorney and this is not "professional advice." Consult a lawyer. If you get involved with a partnership ever again, get an operating agreement in place and TALK ABOUT SEPARATING at the beginning. Get it figured out immediately. Be up front with it: "We should talk about what happen...

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One would need to review the sale agreement to provide you with any sound advice. If properly drafted in first place (ie protecting your right to future payments) then there should be some contractual tools available for you in the agreement.

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I've discussed ideas with hundreds of startups, I've been involved in about a dozen startups, my business is at $1M+ revenue. The bad news is, there is no good way to protect ideas. The good news is, in the vast majority of cases you don't really need to. If you're talking to people about your ...

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As lawyers have jumped in already with lawyerly advice, I'll offer you a different perspective to your question. Apple allows two types of publishers into the app stores. Individuals and Corporate Accounts. Corporate Accounts require a Dun & Bradstreet number which of course, require a corpor...

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I've worked for 3 startups which were basically listing sites for business or content already out there. You have covered the key point in your question - is the information in the public domain? And would the venue owner want that information to be spread widely For example, in order of most ...

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It really depends on the country you are in and the laws that apply to you there. It would be best to ask an attorney in Angola. In the states, it is legal for you to resell something you own as the first sale doctrine applies. Still, you can't pass yourself off as an authorized reseller and t...

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