Riveles Wahab partner Kaiser Wahab was quoted in a Chicago Tribune article entitled “What KarmaKrowd Aims to Do that Other Crowdfunding Sites Don’t“, which profiles online platform KarmaKrowd. KarmaKrowd plans to provide a crowdfunding platform that also includes related legal, marketing, and public relations services, including helping users file provisional patents. Kaiser cautioned entrepreneurs who plan on using crowdfunding sites to make sure that they timely seek patent protection, but also noted that crowdfunding is nothing to fear so long as businesses take the proper legal steps to protect themselves.
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