1 July 2015Time: 12:00 - 2:30pm
Venue: Campus London, 4-5 Bonhill St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4BX
Entrepreneurs (generally) are not lawyers, and may not know the full extent of how the law can help or hurt them. In fact, there are many legal considerations that impact start-up companies and entrepreneurs, particularly in the areas of business formation and structuring, employment and intellectual property protection. Led by CW Legal Special Interest Group (SIG) Champion organisation qLegal, Queen Mary University of London, this dynamic event taking place at Campus London, will expand upon these topics to teach entrepreneurs and start-ups about core legal issues that affect small businesses.
- See the draft agenda for the event [PDF 81KB]
This event will explore fundamental legal issues to consider for your business and offer actionable insights into:
- Setting up your company: Do I need to set up a company? When and how should I organise my business?
- Intellectual Property: What is IP and what should I consider protecting?
- Employment and Interacting with third Parties: Do I need employment contracts or consultancy arrangements?
- Alasdair Poore, Partner in the Technology & Commerce Team
- Michael Ahyow, Associate in the Technology & Commerce Team
Join us to hear forward thinking approaches, gain incremental insight from industry experts and experience a unique two part event designed for increased discussion and networking. Please note that to attend Part 2 you will need to register separately for that event.
How to book
This event is free to attend. Register via the Cambridge Wireless website.
Photography, video and audio recording
Please note that qLegal events may be photographed or video and audio recorded. These materials will be used for internal and external promotional purposes only by Queen Mary University of London. If you object to appearing in the photographs, please let our photographer know on the day. Alternatively you can email the department events team on email@example.com in advance of the event that you are attending.