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How much info to give potential investors??

judsonvoss1judsonvoss1 subscriber Posts: 5
edited April 2007 in Startup Funding
We are working on a few projects that we will need startup funding for in the next couple of months.  One of them is a service company and its premise is fairly basic.  Another project is a first to market service and would be by far the first of it`s kind.  Some of the people I would like to approach for funding could also be competitors if they came up with the same idea.  Any suggestions on how to cover my assets?  I have NDA`s available.  The intellectual property rights attorney I spoke with said that while the idea is a viable solution it would be tough to defend in court.  My conncern is that if I present the idea and have NDA`s signed but the other company still proceeds by the time we fight it out in court it will be too late to salvage the project.
Thanks for your input.


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