May 2017 Business Law Newsletter

I hope this email finds you well and that you’ve enjoyed Patriot’s Day/ Marathon Monday and the playoff runs of the Bruins and Celtics and are hoping the Red Sox can heat up with the weather as hopefully we get some sunny weather as the flowers bloom in May after April’s cool showers.  I’m writing you today to stay in touch and also update you.  This update includes links to two upcoming ENET meetings (including one tomorrow night!), a related previous presentation where I was the featured speaker, and two articles of mine (including one article published just a week ago), plus a special offer that you may find valuable.

  1. NDAs and Essential Business Contracts: May 2, 2017

Learn key terms and uses of Non-disclosure agreements to protect your trade secrets, and other important terms of sales, marketing, distribution, services and other essential contracts of your early stage company at ENET in Waltham 5/2/17 (Tomorrow Night!). More Details Here

  1. Female Participation in Startup Teams: May 16, 2017  

Learn how your company and other company can build and then derive important benefits from female participation in your leadership team, from a panel of both male and female speakers at ENET in Cambridge 5/16/17. More Details Here

  1. Executive Employment Contracts for Women CEOs

My article published a week ago, in CEOWorld magazine explores the hurdles faced by women CEOs and senior executives in hiring, change of control, harassment and termination situations, strategies to succeed and keep your career on its upward trajectory.  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. SBIRs and Government Grants to Bootstrap your Startup

Does your tech or life science startup need a cash infusion?  This article discusses SBIRs and government grants as a potential source for significant capital which also gains credibility, retains your core assets and causes no dilution of the stock in your startup company.    More Details Here

  1. 5/2017 Offer: Good until May 31st    

This month I have a value-packed offer as a way to get introduced to my law work: A Company Funding Law diagnostic – this offer is good through 5/31/17. 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