Entrepreneurial and Start-up Services

Culhane Meadows’ lawyers in the Entrepreneurial & Startups practice provide strategic business and legal advice to emerging companies and their founders, managers, investors, boards of directors and advisors.

Our attorneys guide clients through every stage of growth, beginning at the pre-launch stage. With years of collective knowledge earned alongside thousands of entrepreneurs, we provide invaluable insight at this critical stage. We work with our clients you to lay the best possible foundation for your company’s launch, growth and success—that includes guidance outside of the technical legal world, including organizational matters, tax issues, executive compensation and fundraising activities.

Culhane Meadows’ lawyers become extensions of management teams and serve as trusted business advisers, not just general counsel. We internalize your vision and business models and work closely with you to best position you for your next stage of growth.

Our unique business model and the flexibility and cost-effectiveness it offers to our clients are particularly valued for our Entrepreneurial and Start-Up clients.  It enables to provide all of the necessary services, time and interdisciplinary legal advice to these clients with the assurance that our legal advice will not unduly burden them as they build their business.

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