1. Select the appropriate type of legal entity.
2. Protect the use of brand names, logos, and domain names.
3. Clearly document founders' roles and responsibilities.
4. Develop a comprehensive IP strategy.
5. Properly document suppliers, employee, and other relationships.
6. Comply with labor and employment laws.
7. Properly structure any equity plan for executives and employees.
8. Create a policy for social media, data collection, and online activities.
9. Comply with securities laws when raising capital.
10. Have adequate insurance coverage for your business.
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