Saturday, June 23 2012 16:51
Idea Greenhouse is proud to announce a new partnership with New Hampshire's "Business Lawyers for Entrepreneurs®," Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson (CLRM).
For the past year or so, we've been getting to know Matt Benson, a CLRM attorney with an expertise in startup financing. Matt is a frequent presenter and organizer of events for tech startups, including the NH High Tech Council Entrepreneurs Forum & Entrepreneur of the Year, as well as presenting for the Green Launching Pad.
Matt recently approached IGH about partnering for a series of learning opportunities and programs at IGH being planned for this summer and fall.
CLRM is also an official member and business sponsor of the Idea Greenhouse.
Open Office Hours with CLRM Attorneys
From 12-2pm this coming Thursday, June 28th, CLRM attorneys will hold open office hours at Idea Greenhouse in Durham. They will be encouraging and moderating general discussions about business issues of interest to startups and other entrepreneurs, the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Durham, and New Hampshire generally.*
These sessions will allow an entrepreneur or small business owner to learn about a wide range of business issues, including incorporation, partnerships, real estate transactions, human resource & hiring, protecting intellectual property, and beyond.
While the office hours are open to anyone, pre-registration is required.
Visit www.ideagreenhouse.biz/cooklittle to register.
Come meet the CLRM team this week, or stay tuned for the July open office hours date TBA!
*NOTE: Any discussions with attorneys at Idea Greenhouse are for information purposes only. They do not constitute legal advice. Such discussions do not constitute, nor do they create, an attorney-client relationship. You should not act upon such discussions without consulting with an attorney with whom you have established an attorney-client relationship. If you share any confidential information in such discussions and you are not a client of any such attorney or a firm with which such attorney is affiliated, then such information may lose its confidential status. Furthermore, if any unsolicited information you share in such discussions is beneficial to such attorney’s client(s) and adverse to you, then such information you provide may be used even if it is contrary to your interests.blog comments powered by Disqus
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