2:17 – Where can startups get help during the corona crisis?
3:11 – What legal aspects do Swiss startups not pay enough attention to?
6:52 – Will copy pasting terms and conditions save me legal fees?
08:01 – How do I best deal with liability and risk?
09:05 – What should online shops address before going live?
11:10 – Can geographic names be used to name products?
17:53 – How will the corona crisis affect valuations?
20:25 – Founder-friendly ways of writing shareholder agreements
25:49 – Co-founders joining late in the game
27:16 – Employee stock option plans
31:50 – Why can’t layers give straight answers?
35:34 – Finding the right legal partner
39:45 – How much should a good lawyer cost
Beat Brechbühl is managing partner of Kellerhals Carrard and head of the M&A team. He holds a LL.M. degree of the Chicago Law School and worked with Sandoz / Novartis Nutrition. He works primarily in the area of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and joint ventures, venture capital and succession planning. He is a lecturer for entrepreneurship at the University of Berne and he has been acknowledged as one of the leading Swiss corporate lawyers by Legal500 and Chambers.
Michèle Remund has many years of experience in corporate and tax law and regularly assists clients in M&A transactions. She is also a member of Kellerhals Carrard’s Startup Desk and advises start-ups in particular in connection with employee shareholdings, financing rounds and various other issues.