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These templates of legal documents aim to:
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Corporation bylaws – internal rules that govern the operation and duties of a company and its officers and directors – for a corporation formed in California.
The CA Articles of Incorporation establishes very basic elements of the corporation like the name and address of a corporation in California.
This agreement allows the founder(s) to document their initial ownership in the Company.
The DE Articles of Incorporation establishes very basic elements of the corporation like the name and address of a corporation in Delaware.
A contract between at least two parties that outlines confidential information that the disclosing party wishes to share with the receiving party.
A bilateral NDA (sometimes referred to as a mutual NDA or a two way NDA) involves two parties where both parties anticipate disclosing confidential information.
A Trademark Assignment Agreement is used if to purchase or sell a federally registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
A Copyright License Agreement is a contract under which a copyright owner allows another person or company to use their copyrighted material
Document confirming the details of a job offer, including job description, reporting relationship, salary, bonus potential, benefits, vacation allotment, and more.
An Independent Contractor Agreement or Consulting Agreement is a contract between two parties for a specific service or project.
An agreement that specifies the conditions of the relationship between an employee and an employer including compensation for a specific period of time.
An agreement that protects the company’s confidential information and ensures that the employer own the inventions employees create at the workplace.