February 2018 Business Law Newsletter

I hope this email finds you well, that you had a good January, enjoyed the Patriots-Eagles showdown last night on Super Bowl Sunday.  It was an amazing game – nail biter, right down to the last play 41-33 tough loss for our team but the Pats did their best – Congrats to the Eagles fans, and be assured I will pay off the losing bet I made:  c’est la vie!  Now, we look forward into February, President’s Day and perhaps some skiing, winter fun or time off in a warmer climate.  I’m writing you today to stay in touch and also update you.  This update includes a link to register to an ENET meeting tomorrow night, a link to a related presentation I gave earlier, and a link to register for a second ENET meeting where I am co-organizer.  This update also has links to an article I wrote for executives published last week and an earlier published article of mine for consultants and entrepreneurs, plus a special offer that you may find valuable.

  1. Successful Marketing Strategies for Startups: Feb. 6, 2018

Is your product budget or luxury?  Are your targets individuals or companies? What marketing channels will you use?  What’s your budget?  Where does PR fit in? Learn from experienced marketers how to solve the Marketing puzzle for different types of startup companies at ENET in Waltham, 2/6/18 – 630pm tomorrow night.  More Details Here

  1. Co-Founders and Core Teams: Feb. 20, 2018

How do you find a co-founder for your startup company?  Who makes a successful and investable core team?  How do you manage expectations?  How do you, as a founder, protect yourself?  Our All-Star panel will answer these questions and more at ENET in Cambridge 2/20/18. More Details Here

  1. Re- Negotiating Key Terms in Your Employment Contract

My article published last week, in CEOWorld magazine describes when the opportunity is right for CEOs or other C-Suite or senior executives to re-negotiate your employment contract and equity after achieving a level of success on the job, plus tips on preparing, what to seek, and how to achieve success in those negotiations, More Details Here

  1. Business Law Update

Robert Adelson, Boston attorney and partner at Engel & Shultz LLP, represents small companies, executives, independent consultants and family businesses. Learn how he can help you… More Details Here

  1. CEOs, C-Suite and Senior Executives

Learn about Robert Adelson’s work with C-level executives and key employees to improve job offers, employment contracts, stock, RSUs, options, bonuses and retention, severance and termination arrangements and more…  More Details Here

  1. Consulting, Licensing and Contracting

Negotiation strategies for consultants and entrepreneurs and terms to include in contracts for consulting, licensing, software development, VAR and distribution agreements and subcontracting.  … More Details Here

  1. 2/2018 Offer:  Good until March 5th      

This month I have a value-packed offer as a way to get introduced to my law work: A Contracts Law diagnostic – this offer is good through 3/5/18. More Details Here

It’s always a pleasure to get back in touch with you and other clients, friends and colleagues.  I hope the links and information provided will be useful to you and that there will be an opportunity for me to work with you on legal matters in the near future.

Let’s keep in touch! 

Best regards,

Robert Adelson

Robert Adelson, Esq.

617-951-9980 ext 205
Engel & Schultz LLP
One Federal Street,
Boston, MA 02110