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LawCloud’s library of legal and business documents, suite of Disclosure and Regulatory Filings, and our network of qualified lawyers have you covered at every step, from company formation to operations.
Company Formation Services
LawCloud offers a full suite of formation and registered agent services. Our standard incorporation package is $99. We offer the following:
Company Formation in all 50 states
Registered agent service in all 50 states
Employer tax ID services (EIN Requests)
Post-formation packages include:
- Founder restricted equity purchase documents
- 83(b) Election Forms
- Board resolutions
- NDA (Non-disclosure Agreement)
Disclosure and Regulatory Filings
LawCloud provides a full suite of disclosure documents as well as regulatory filings related to financing transactions. These services are designed to streamline the filing process through our simple question and answer technology which takes the complication out of these filings.
- Form ID – required to file any forms with the SEC
- Form C – required for all crowdfunding issuers
- Form D – required for any company raising capital under certain exemptions
- Equity-related documents, such as subscription agreements, consents, charter amendments, operating agreement, certificates of designation, etc.
A Form ID is required to be filed by any company raising capital under certain SEC exemptions. If you are conducting an offering under Regulation D, you must file the Form ID within fifteen days of closing your deal.
PPM Risk Factor Tool
If you are raising money from friends, family, or sophisticated investors, you may not need to use a full PPM document, but you should still protect you and your company from liability if anything goes wrong in the future. A customizable comprehensive set of risk factors for disclosure to investors.
Because of the JOBS Act and SEC regulations, to raise money through Title III Crowdfunding, a company must prepare a Form C and file it with the SEC prior to launching an offering. The Form C you prepare using LawCloud reduces the time necessary for the final review by your lawyer.
Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)
A company provides this disclosure document to potential investors and serves as a record that all material information about the company has been disclosed. A PPM is especially useful when raising money from investors who are not well known to the principals of the company.
Reg A+ allows private companies to raise up to $50 Million from the public. Similar to an IPO, Reg A+ allows companies to offer shares to the general public and not just accredited investors. Companies looking to raise capital via Reg A+ will first need to file with the SEC and get approval before launching the offering, however, the fees associated with a Reg A+ offering are much lower than a traditional IPO and the ongoing disclosure requirements are much less burdensome, effectively making a Reg A+ offering a mini-IPO.
HR and General Business Documents
General Business Documents
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)
- Used when only a company is providing confidential information to a single recipient.
- Used when both parties will be providing confidential information to each other.
- For companies providing hosted software product services to its customers.
Software License Agreements
- Provides off-the-shelf unmodified software as a product offering to its customers.
Data License Agreements
- For companies providing data as a product offering to its customers.
Employment Agreements (w-2 & 1099)
- For use when companies intend to specify certain terms of an employment relationship that go beyond what is typically covered in an offer letter.
- To be used when a company intends to engage an independent contractor for their services.
- An employee offer letter to be used in combination with a long-form employment agreement for employees hired under contract.
- Provided by a company to an employee informing them of termination of employment and providing a summary of the information that they will need to know such as any severance pay, timing of the termination, and any rights to continuing health benefits.
Documents for Corporations
Corporate Bylaws (DE & NY)
- Generic corporate bylaws for a Delaware or New York corporation. This document discusses the powers of the board of directors, and the appointment of officers, indemnification among other things. All corporations should have a set of bylaws.
- These documents allow shareholders to approve corporate actions.
Corporate Voting Agreements
Meeting Minutes & Notices
Documents for Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
- This is an operating agreement governing the operation of an LLC that is managed by some or all of the members or owners of the company. This is different from a manager managed LLC, which is managed by just one controlling person or entity.
- This is an operating agreement governing the operation of an LLC that is managed by a manager (person or entity) rather than some or all of the members or owners of the company, which would be a “member-managed” LLC.
- This is an operating agreement for an LLC with only one member (owner).
- A new member to an LLC should sign a joinder agreement to become party to the company’s operating agreement.
Certificates and Plans of Conversion to Delaware Corporation
- These documents are used by an LLC that intends to convert from an LLC into a Corporation.
Capital Raising Documents
Deal Documents for a wide range of Reg D financing transactions:
- Convertible transactions
- Preferred stock transactions
- Stock transactions
- Notes, subscription agreements, board approvals, etc.
- Packages available
Need a lawyer? Qualified and flat-fee attorneys are available to help!
Our technology can handle the leg-work, but if you need to run things by an experienced corporate lawyer, we are happy to refer you to qualified and experienced lawyers! These attorneys can answer your questions along the way, quality check your important legal documents, and make sure that they are complete.