Entries by Helen Lavigne

Accredited Investor Redefined

By: Peter D. Singh Jr. Securities laws and regulations are important guidelines and safeguards for any company looking to raise money selling interests, and for any investor trying to buy in. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently adopted a new definition of “accredited investor”, which is important because the definition determines who can invest […]

How to determine the exercise price for an option grant

By: Sean Valle Option grants can be a powerful way to incentivize and reward your business’s key employees, contractors, and consultants. In a previous blog post, we discussed why you might issue stock options. Once you’ve decided to issue stock options, there are a few critical details to determine. Here, we discuss the exercise price […]

August Update: Exclusive Carta Discount, What’s happening in the private markets, pros and cons of online legal services

Welcome to More From Fourscore What new resources do we have for you this month? Take a look at our quick video from Pete Singh, Fourscore Business Law Attorney. What’s Happening in Private Markets? As COVID-19 and protests over racial injustice across the U.S. continue to grip the world, uncertainty remains as to what comes next in […]

Fourscore Opportunity Events

By: Jesse Jones Ideas Deserve Opportunity. You may be familiar with that phrase if you are a Fourscore client or if you’ve spent any amount of professional time with someone on the Fourscore team. I.D.O. is what this team believes – it is why we enjoy what we do every day. At Fourscore, we have […]


The purpose of Client Tell is to spotlight the incredible work of our clients, and to help businesses learn from and connect with each other. We sat down with entrepreneur Rich Camacho, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BlueRecruit, to learn how this Raleigh startup is revolutionizing the way job candidates connect with employees seeking […]

PPP Flexibility Act & Interim Final Rules – Key Program Updates

By: Benjamin Jacob On June 5th, the federal government enacted the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act (the “Flexibility Act”) in response to a wave of criticism across industries and mounting lawsuits over the PPP’s rollout. In the past several weeks, the United States Treasury and Small Business Administration have also issued two Interim Final Rules both implementing […]