Articles Tagged with California Start-up Attorney

IPO-e1640887497504-300x202An ever-increasing number of startups and companies in California are opting for direct listings as an alternative to going public through an initial public offering (IPO). If you ask any business owner in California, “What is the hardest part of launching and running a company?” you will probably hear, “Raising capital.”

Once, IPOs were the only real option to grow a company and raise money for your business. However, in recent years, new trends have emerged, making direct listings a more viable option.

If you are not sure whether you should pass on initial public offerings and go the route of direct listings, consult with a legal and business expert. At Structure Law Group, our LA and Silicon Valley business lawyers give practical business advice to clients whether they are running a one-person business or a company that employs hundreds of employees.

AdobeStock_310940613-300x199Whether your company is headquartered or has a presence in California, you need to be aware of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which went into effect in 2020. The consumer-friendly law applies to startups, companies, and other businesses that collect personal information from Californians.

The CCPA, which is intended to protect the privacy rights of consumers within the State of California, may require your business to make significant changes to your data privacy and collection practices.

Read on to find out whether or not the California Consumer Privacy Act may impact your startup and learn what you can do to ensure that your business is in compliance with the CCPA.