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Business Law 101: Starting Up a New Company BU100509

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This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Business Law 101: Starting Up a New Company" CLE, presented on October 5, 2009.

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Business Law 101: Starting Up a New Company

Program Time
2.0 Hours

Presented by the Young Lawyers Section

About the Program
Small businesses account for the majority of the companies in Connecticut; consequently, knowing how to form a new business entity can be a skill that opens the door to new clients and leads to long-term client relationships. This seminar will address issues that attorneys should consider when evaluating their clients’ business needs—including general tax considerations—and provide an overview of the mechanics of forming a company in Connecticut. 

Program Faculty

Kristen I. Miller, Attorney at Law, Norwalk
Christopher E.H. Sanetti, Rogin Nassau LLC, Hartford
Leah Berger, Rome McGuigan PC, Hartford
Chris R. Nelson, Parrett Porto Parese & Colwell PC, Hamden

Alex Morgan, Fiondella Milone & LaSaracina, Glastonbury
David A. Swerdloff, Day Pitney LLP, Stamford
Lane T. Watson, Day Pitney LLP, Hartford
Mary Wisenski, Fiondella Milone & LaSaracina, Glastonbury

Who Should Purchase
This seminar is appropriate for attorneys who are unfamiliar with the basics of company formation as well as the important legal and tax differences between different forms of business entities.