Wanna do a startup? 10 mistakes you must avoid

Legal knowledge
Our mission
March 22, 2022

In the fall of 2020, we began thinking about building a legal tech company. We wanted to use what we have learned in the self-driving car industry (i.e., data and artificial intelligence) to revolutionize the antiquated legal industry. That marks the beginning of Trusli, aka Sleegal AI. Now, 15 months later, we have launched our product, raised $1M+, hired a team, and are pushing our legal marketplace to the next level. But what have we learned? If you want to begin a startup like ours, here are the 10 mistakes that you MUST avoid.

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The AI Challenge Behind Legal Services and How We Solved It

Artificial intelligence
Our mission
Legal tech
March 3, 2022

A huge knowledge gap exists between the customers and lawyers, making lawyer services expensive and intimidating. But the use of AI technology automates and decodes lawyers' deep knowledge and customizes the data to create good legal services.

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You Must Lawyer Up in 2022--Do These Six Things Now

Legal knowledge
February 11, 2022

So it’s 2022. A new year, new plans, new resolutions. One thing you may not have thought about, is lawyering up. Why? Because we deal with all kinds of legal-related issues where we may not have even thought about getting legal help to protect ourselves. But why not? Instead of being screwed, we should lawyer up and fight for what’s ours. Here are some ideas.

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Can your employer require you to go back to office post Covid?

Legal knowledge
February 11, 2022

As the Covid pandemic starts to come to an end (wait a minute, the omicron variant kinda brought it back : P), many companies are starting to plan the “go back to the office.” Lots of readers are asking us: can my employer REQUIRE me to go back to the office? Yes and no. Here are a few considerations.

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Lawyers--why you should start your own practice in 2022

Tips for lawyers
February 11, 2022

As we mentioned in this article, it used to be that working for the AM 100 was every young lawyer’s dream. However, as millennials start to become the driving force in the workplace and remote working becomes more practicable than ever, we notice a trend of young lawyers starting their own practice. Here are a few key advantages.

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Raising a SAFE Round? The Ultimate Guide to Side Letters

Legal knowledge
March 17, 2022

For entrepreneurs, it’s very common to raise your first few rounds of funding using a SAFE. Then you are requested to review a “side letter.” So what’s a SAFE, and more importantly, what specific provisions do you need to pay special attention to in a side letter? We can explain the key points to note in this article.

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Four Alternative Careers to Big Law

Tips for lawyers
February 11, 2022

Everyone's post-law school dream is becoming a lawyer at a big firm. But being a lawyer isn't the only career option for law students. There are other alternatives such as working at a boutique firm, working in-house, starting your own law firm, or even doing something legal-related but not as a lawyer.

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LGBTQ Potential Discrimination and Wrongful Termination

Legal knowledge
February 11, 2022

LGBTQ + employees are protected from different types of discrimination and wrongful termination by the Civil Rights Act. The employers should develop a mission to support LGBTQ+, take LGBTQ+ discrimination seriously, develop support programs and provide support for the local LGBTQ+community generally.

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Prenup or Trust: How to Protect Your Assets in the Course of Marriage

Legal knowledge
December 13, 2021

Marital property is subject to division when divorce happens, while separate property is not. The two common strategies used to avoid an unexpected property distribution are a prenuptial agreement, commonly known as a prenup, and a trust.

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Preventing Harassment in the Workplace: What You Need to Know

Legal knowledge
February 11, 2022

Harassment is not only about unwelcoming or inappropriate sexual conduct, but can also be based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, or genetic information. The three main categories are verbal harassment, physical harassment, and visual harassment. Prevention is the best tool to eliminate harassment in the workplace; employers should take appropriate steps to prevent and correct unlawful harassment.

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Four Types of Trusts You Need to Understand – Before It’s Too Late

Legal knowledge
February 11, 2022

A trust is essentially a legal document that establishes a relationship for assets to be held or managed on behalf of someone else. Learning about the different trust options available will help you figure out what kind is best for your needs.

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Top Four Things to Know about Estate Planning

Legal knowledge
February 11, 2022

The two main vehicles of estate planning are the will and trust. A will specifies how you want your property to be distributed, while a trust allows you to avoid the legal process of verifying and executing your will. Whichever process you choose, it's important to ensure your arrangements hold up to legal scrutiny.

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