The HBS Blog offers insight on Delaware corporations and LLCs as well as information about entrepreneurship, startups, cryptocurrency, venture capitalism and general business topics.

How to Protect Your App Idea Legally By
Right now is a great time to build an app. The average mobile user uses 9 apps every day, and 30 apps in a month. You have a great chance to build an app that’s useful and profitable... Read More
Delaware Foreign Qualification for Out-of-State Companies By
Even though we specialize in Delaware companies, if you need foreign qualification for your non-Delaware entity to be authorized to do business in the State of Delaware, we can help... Read More
Why June 1st Is an Important Deadline for Delaware LLCs By
If you have a Delaware Limited Liability Company (LLC), series LLC or Limited Partnership (LP), then the date of June 1 is critical to your business entity. June 1 is the deadline for paying you company’s annual Franchise Tax fees... Read More
Book Review: The Startup Checklist, by David S. Rose By
Like a personal mentor and guide for your business startup, this book details the steps you need to take to create a business unicorn... Read More
4 Things to Know about Corporate Bylaws [Free Template] By
4 Things To Know about corporate bylaws
Corporate bylaws provide the granular detail into how the corporation will operate and what its governance mechanics will be. They also describe the relationship among its Board of Directors, its officers and its shareholders... Read More
Finding Angel Investors for Your Company By
Angel groups need applicants that suit their investment criteria. Still, they turn down a majority of applicants because they get so many. Nobody will be turned on by your claiming to be the next Amazon or Facebook. Be confident and direct... Read More
Delaware State File Number: What It Is & How It's Used By
questions about the delaware state file number
When you form a company in Delaware, you will receive a Delaware state file number. This number identifies your company and only your company... Read More
New York’s Biennial Fees for Corporations and LLCs By
Domestic and Foreign Corporations and LLCs operating in New York need to file the biennial report every other year and the report is due by the end of the anniversary month of the formation of the company... Read More
How Exchange Rates Affect Your Business By
How do foreign exchange markets work? What are their effects on business owners? Here's how fluctuations in the exchange rates affect your business... Read More
Adding and Removing Directors on a Board By
In short, and as discussed here, Delaware’s General Corporation Law provides that shareholders are ultimately responsible for appointment and removal of Directors, with the mechanics and processes relating to the vote, removal, and replacement ordinarily set forth in the corporation’s by-laws... Read More