About Chris Brown

Kansas City Startup Lawyer Chris Brown

Part-time Kansas City startup lawyer, full-time entrepreneur.

Startups, freelancers, and small businesses enjoy working with Venture Legal because we understand your unique needs and how you run your business. Unlike many traditional law firms, we use cloud-based technology, digital file-sharing, electronic signatures, and online billing, and we like to practice what Google calls Horseback Law. You’ll find that we always supply practical advice using “yes if” answers rather than a typical lawyer’s “no.”

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Key Services

Startups

Working in the Kansas City startup community is an awesome experience. And when you are ready to take your startup to the next level, we can help you with fixed-fee legal services designed to help you grow.

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Small Businesses

Nearly everything your business does will involve “the law.” From business law, contract law, employment law, intellectual property, real estate, and more, we can help guide your business in the right direction.

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Freelancers

It’s easier than ever for creatives to start and run their own freelance business. Regardless if you are moonlighting, about to go full-time, or are already working full-time on your own, we can help you do things right.

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We get to work with some of Kansas City’s best startups, freelancers, and small businesses.

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Recent Posts

The Two Contracts Every Freelancer Needs

As a freelancer, you are more likely to succeed if you have a good set of contract templates to use with clients and subcontractors. In this post, we'll look at the two most important contracts every Kansas City freelancer should have in their freelancer contract library: a Client Agreement & [...]

A Lesson From HBO’s Westworld: Are You Stuck in a Loop?

In this week's episode of HBO's new series Westworld, Dr. Ford said: "We [humans] live in loops as tight and as closed as the hosts do; seldom questioning our choices, content for the most part to be told what to do next." (Hover here if you are not familiar [...]