As a small business owner or entrepreneur who runs a company of your making, you surely know all about how to attract clients, innovate, and maximize profits. However, if you are like most other business owners, the legalities of owning and operating a business are relatively unknown to you. This could mean you could run headfirst into an otherwise-avoidable legal complication one day that jeopardizes your business.
To help spread knowledge about the basics laws and regulations every business lawyer should know, Attorney John Kitzke and Attorney Bethany Canfield are hosting an upcoming presentation titled “Legal Basics for Small Businesses and Startups.” You are going to want to attend if you have questions or concerns about the laws behind your business.
Important information about the “Legal Basics” seminar:
- Date: Saturday, September 29th, 2018
- Time: Begins at 9:00 AM
- Where: Ottowa University
- Address: 245 S. Executive Drive, Suite 110, Brookfield, WI 53005
- Registration: Online
The purpose of the presentation is allowing business owners understand the basics of business law, as well as being able to recognize when a legal complication is serious enough to call for the help of an attorney. With the right knowledge and preparation gained from the seminar, you will be in a better position to identify legal issues in your business related to entity choice, tax elections, contracts and torts, and much more. Both Wisconsin and federal laws will be discussed.
More About Attorneys Kitzke & Canfield
With 40+ years of legal experience under his belt, Attorney Kitzke is considered a leading legal mind throughout Wisconsin for business counseling, estate planning cases, and more. Due to his insight and knowledgeability, he has been featured as an attorney-to-watch on various television and radio programs, especially for local shows in Milwaukee. Attorney Canfield has made a name for herself as a compassionate legal representative, earning an Avvo Clients’ Choice Award 2018.
Interested in learning more about the seminar and how various laws relate to your business? Please feel free to contact Kitzke & Canfield and our Grafton business counseling attorneys today by dialing (262) 387-0706.