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Legal: Forming a Business Structure

Join WBDC's Summer Legal Clinic
Legal: Forming a Business Structure
July 9th, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
What You'll Gain:
  • Identify what business structure is best for you
  • Learn about the personal liability you will face
  • Discover the types of funding you can secure
Cost: $0
Description:

One of the most important things you need to do when you start a business is to form a legal structure.

Not only will this decision have an impact on how much you pay in taxes, but it will affect the amount of paperwork your business is required to do, the personal liability you face, and your ability to raise money.

This workshop will include an explanation of all business entities to help you decide which is best for your venture.

Location:

Women’s Business Development Council
412 Roosevelt Drive
Derby, CT 06418

Registration Required/No Charge

Instructor: David Kozlowski
Title: Attorney - Morrison Cohen LLP
Bio: David J. Kozlowski practices law at Morrison Cohen LLP in New York City. He’s admitted in both New York and Connecticut. Dave’s practice includes corporate restructuring and business reorganizations, as well as work with entrepreneurs, start-ups, and emerging business from formation onward.
Register for Legal: Forming a Business Structure
Terms of Service: WBDC is a nonprofit organization, required by its funders to collect data requested on this form. WBDC places great value on your personal privacy and the confidential facts and figures you disclose concerning your business activities. Information concerning you and your business is kept strictly confidential and is reported only in aggregate unless prior approval is received from you. WBDC is able to offer its programs and services at afforable and/or reduced rates due to the support of Federal, State, Municipal, Corporate and Individual contributors and the programs or services you participate in are either partially or fully subsidized.

Small Business AssociationThis program is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. We make reasonable accommodations for access by persons with disabilities.