The Foundry Law Blog

Are Non-Solicitation Clauses Enforceable?

A non-solicitation clause is a common provision that employers incorporate into their employment agreements. The clause essentially tries to protect a company’s clients. Under Washington law, non-solicitation provisions are generally enforceable provided that they meet certain conditions. What is a Non-Solicitation Provision? A non-solicitation clause is often used in an employment contract between an employer […]

Hey, Foundry: Authorized Shares & Ownership

Email from a recently formed two founders start up: “Hey, Foundry, when you formed our corporation, I thought we had 10 million authorized shares. Why do we only have 4 million shares each and not 5 million if we are 50-50 owners?” At Foundry, we frequently receive questions like this. To start, it is standard […]