Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: 14h, 22m ago | Ends: 29d, 9h |
We are looking for someone to draft the following agreements 1) Shareholder agreement (under Danish law) 2) Bye laws 3) "Sweat equity" agreements All agreements should be drafted in English The shareholder agreement is for setting up a joint shareholding company in Denmark. The company will develop and market an Software as a Service (SaaS). We want to set up the company with two classes of shares with different voting rights. There will be two main shareholders (managing shareholders) with Class A shares with more voting rights, and developers and a chairman who will be give Class B shares with fewer voting rights. The developers and chairman will work for "sweat equity" and we need to have an agreement with them for their contribution. We also need the by-laws to stipulate each shareholder's autonomy. Preference are given to contractors with experience in setting up such structure i the technology arena. Your proposal should include a reasonable number o...
Category: Business and Corporate
Preferred Location: Western Europe, Eastern Europe
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: Aug 27, 2015 | Ends: 12d, 20h |
Your offer price reply should also INCLUDE a statement that you will not disclose my IP. I'll supply the provisional and you do the full non provisional Utility patent including office actions until it grants. Name the countries you can file and have experience in. Simple household consumer good. Nothing was found in searches using WIPO Patentscope and Google Patents. To be considered: Flat Fee only need apply. State where do you have authorization to file: USA, CHINA, EUROPE, BRAZIL, INDIA & JAPAN. THE Essential TOP SIX. PLUS four RUSSIA, MEXICO, SOUTH KOREA & INDONESIA. One English USA and EUROPE applications and EIGHT translations and all the follow ups. Include the respective country filing fee. US patent alone is enough, since the US is the largest market for most products. The next most common patent jurisdictions, in my experience, are Europe (read up about the EPO), Japan, S. Korea, China, India, Australia, and Canada.
Category: Patent, Copyright and...
Fixed Price: $500 - $1,000
| Posted: Aug 27, 2015 | Ends: 12d, 16h |
I am looking for an experienced job discrimination Attorney to give me more information about the following fact: Denying a job an immigrant who don't speak English fluently constitutes a job discrimination. In fact, people think immigrants who don't speak English fluently/correctly LACK COMMUNICATION SKILLS; the employers then deny them a job. But according to a couple of experienced job discrimination Attorneys, it's a discrimination (national origin discrimination in violation of Title VII). Unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity to ask more details from them. So I am looking for an experienced job discrimination Attorney who can explain it more in details, including providing some case laws if possible. The job in question is a corporate, highly skilled technical job where the employee spends most of his time with his computer doing statistical analysis and computer programing. Thank you in advance.
Category: Labor & Employment Law