July 23, 2020
As you build your clinical skills and begin to think about starting your own private practice, there may still be many questions weighing on your mind. How and when should you leave your day job? What employment documents would be relevant to transitioning to your own practice? What duties to current or previous employers should you be mindful of?
We invite Nicholas Agate and Artur Moskala from the Chicago-Kent Law Group’s Entrepreneurial Law Clinic to answer these pertinent and other questions you may have about employment while starting your own practice. They will highlight bootstrapping, duty of loyalty, duty of care, and other considerations that may have an impact on starting your own business.
Date: Thursday, July 23
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm CDT
Register on Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y8ulfdl4
About Chicago-Kent College Entrepreneurial Law Clinic
Overseen by Prof. Heather Harper, the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic represents entrepreneurs in transactional matters common to early-stage and small companies, including but not limited to choice of entity and entity formation, contract review and drafting, corporate governance issues, review of leases, researching legal issues as appropriate, and trademark searches and filing.
Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party.