Speaker Series: Don't Mess Up Your Startup or Small Business

2021tue27apr12:00 pmtue1:00 pmSpeaker Series: Don't Mess Up Your Startup or Small BusinessJoin us for the first of four sessions with HPS Law Group. In this session, we will focus on the common legal mistakes entrepreneurs make.12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Register here.

Event Details

In the haste to get businesses off the ground, entrepreneurs focus on everything but the legal considerations of operating a business. And these are the very things that can bring them down.

During this session, we will discuss the common mistakes that many new businesses make relating to legal issues. Clark & Brint will share how they have seen other businesses cause themselves unnecessary problems and how you can avoid them.

Learn more about HPS Law Group: https://hpslawgroup.com/

About Clark Proffitt: Attorney Clark Proffitt’s intellectual property and business law practice focuses on helping small businesses and inventors innovate, increase their standing in the marketplace, and realize their vision. He excels in guiding his clients through the often-confusing maze of financial and legal decisions to create strategies that ensure their security and support the accomplishment of cherished business and personal goals. His considerable legal expertise includes prosecution, litigation, and transactions in copyrights, patents, trademarks and trade secrets, as well as planning strategies for small business owners. Whether you are a single inventor or an established business with a large research and development budget, or whether you are just choosing a brand or trying to protect a well-earned reputation, Clark will help you to craft a strategy that uses the tools available under the law to achieve your goals for your business and your loved ones today and for years to come.

About Brint Hiatt: I’ve been involved in startups and tech since before getting into law, in 2005, when I was writing pitch decks and business plans and making presentations to Angels and VCs for a startup video game developer and publisher. After law school I wore many hats at the various startups I worked in, just like any other entrepreneur, taking on responsibilities for operations, analytics, sales, marketing, and business development, finance, in addition to the legal duties I had. I opened my own firm in 2017 because I wanted to be able to make a deeper impact and build deeper relationships with entrepreneurs. That kind of energy feeds me. Besides video games, I have worked in various other industries both before, during, and after law school, such as operational business intelligence, government R&D, charity fundraising, solar, and a few others.

This event is going to be held virtually. Attendees will receive a link to the live stream and worksheets once they have signed up.
Ticket donations go to support businesses affected by COVID-19
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(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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