This CLE will discuss significant issues attorneys should address when assisting their clients in starting up and growing a small business. The class will explore the importance of understanding your clients' goals, their business, and their management and operational expectations, so that you can help them choose the appropriate business entity and craft a flexible management agreement. Our speakers will discuss how to deal with deadlocks and prepare exit strategies. They also will explore methods for incentivizing employees in growing companies and will discuss important tax concepts every small business attorney should know.
Our presenters include Todd Cleek of the Cleek Law Office, Tim Crippen of Black Helterline LLP and Conrad Zubel of Zubel Law Offices. Mr. Cleek has over 20 years' experience working with some of Oregon's most exciting and successful independent companies. Mr. Crippen advises individuals and businesses in merger and acquisition transactions and provides other outside general counsel services. Mr. Zubel's business practice focuses on advising small and family-owned limited liability companies.
For more information: Call Ed Carlson, Carlson Law at 971.254.8907. For registration questions, call the MBA at 503.222.3275.