In partnership with the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day New Hampshire, McLane Middleton attorneys Amelia Elacqua, Kim Kramer and Gena Lavallee will discuss key legal considerations for startups and growing businesses. During the Q&A session, you will have the opportunity to ask women business lawyers how best to navigate the legal complexities your business is facing.
Whether you are launching a business from home as a side gig or expanding your business, we will provide valuable information on the following legal issues facing all types of business ventures:
- entity formation
- the importance of corporate governance and housekeeping
- relations among business partners
- considerations when entering into commercial transactions
We will wrap up the event with virtual networking sessions hosted by Amelia, Kim and Gena.
Program: 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET
Networking: 5:00-6:00 p.m. ET
This webinar is being offered as a free education session.
About the Presenters
Amelia is an associate in the Corporate Department where she advises business clients on a wide array of business and tax law issues, including entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, contract drafting, review, and negotiation, and asset purchase and real estate transactions.
Kim represents entrepreneurs, closely held and family owned businesses in transactional matters ranging from entity selection and formation to drafting and negotiation of shareholder and operating agreements and other complex contracts including distribution, joint venture and licensing agreements. She is experienced in asset and stock sales including the successful transfer of ownership to third parties, the next generation and key employees. She also represents companies in convertible debt, private equity and venture financing transactions.
Gena is an associate in the Corporate Department where she advises nonprofit organizations and business clients on a wide array of business law issues, including entity formation, governance, contract drafting, review and negotiation, asset and stock purchase transactions, and securities law issues. Gena also works with the Education Law Group to serve the needs of independent and boarding schools.