Do you want to know whether the contract you offer your clients comprehensively covers your business?
Would you like to explore changing the structure of your business but are unsure of your first steps?
Want to start a business but are unsure of what you should consider legally given your industry of interest?
A few sessions to support the legal aspects of your small business are happening over the next seven days. Take advantage of this free support and attend prepared with questions to help you protect you and your business.
October 20, 2010 – Key Contracts: Protecting Your Business from Legal Liability
On Wednesday from 11:45 a.m. – 1:45 p.m., the Women’s Business Center of North Carolina is hosting this free seminar for small business owners who need to create and maintain key contracts for their business including confidentiality agreements, service contracts, and sales contracts. Bring your lunch and questions to this impactful seminar. No pre-registration is required but early arrival is strongly suggested!
The Women’s Business Center is located in downtown Durham at 114 West Parrish St., 4th floor, Durham, NC 27701.
October 22, 2010 – Free Small Business Legal Clinic
Go to the free corporate law clinic being offered Friday at the Durham Tech Small Business Center from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. This clinic is being sponsored by the Durham County Bar Association, North Carolina Lawyers for Entrepreneurs Assistance Project (NC LEAP) and the Small Business Center at Durham Technical Community College.
The clinic is for any small business owner who can benefit from a 20 minute conversation with a qualified attorney who will provide basic information, assess your legal situation, and direct you to more resources.
Pre-register for the clinic by calling (919) 536-7241 and selecting option 3. Walk-ins are welcome but it is best to pre-register.
Durham Tech Small Business Center is located in downtown Durham at the SOUTHBank Building, 400 W Main St, Third Floor, Durham, NC 27701.
October 26, 2010 – The Most Important Legal Questions Facing Small Business
At this free seminar scheduled for next Tuesday at 6 p.m.- 9 p.m., Keith Burns of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP will discuss issues such as different types of legal business structures, commercial leases, business formation, supplier and customer contracts, and employment issues. This seminar will be held at the Durham Tech Small Business Center in room 312.