“Bringing Business Law Down to Earth” Small Business Essentials Workshop 1 Part 1

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The Transactional Law Practice Center at NKU Chase College of Law and the Cincinnati Business Courier have joined together to offer a series of eight workshops entitled "Small Business Essentials."

Running, managing, and growing your law practice is an evolving process. It requires strategic planning and continuing education to support continued business success.

This new program is designed to assist and educate attorneys and other business leaders on the following aspects of their businesses: marketing, social media and privacy, the art of persuasion, finance, human resources, and branding.

These workshops are beyond the basics. They have been created to hone, recalibrate, and retool your business skills for success in business, including the business of practicing law.

"Bringing Business Law Down to Earth" on March 11, 2014
"How to do Human Resources without an HR Manager" on April 8, 2014
"How Did They Make That? — Hollywood Secrets for Business Success" on May 13, 2014
"Branding: What's in a Name?" on June 10, 2014
"Social Media: Risks & Rewards" on July 8, 2014
"Marketing: Business and Legal Strategies" on August 12, 2014
"The Power of Persuasion" on September 9, 2014
"Read & Use Financial Statements Like a Lender or Investor" on October 14, 2014

No CLE credits may be earned by watching these videos.
Bringing Business Law Down to Earth
Avoid common legal traps: Don't get caught!
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Attorneys aren't from Mars. Business clients aren't from Venus. Learn to close the communication gap between attorneys and clients to prevent the most common legal traps for small to mid-size businesses.

Learning Objectives:

In this interactive workshop, business leaders and attorneys will learn side-by-side how to:

1. Ask effective questions when hiring an attorney (ask effective questions of business clients in the initial client interview)
2. Spot and prevent some of the most common legal issues plaguing small to mid-size businesses
3. Address difficult subjects, such as growth and succession planning

Facilitator: Lindsey Jaeger, J.D., S.S.B.B., director of centers and institutes, NKU Chase College of Law

Special thank you to our presenters:

– Nathaniel J. Arnett, '11, associate, Cors & Bassett

– Kenneth H. Kinder II, '00, member, Cors & Bassett

– Kelly Schoening '96, partner, Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc

– Barbara Wagner, professor of law, NKU Chase College of Law; former associate general counsel, Chiquita Brands International, Inc.

– Rebecca Volpe, director, Small Business Development Center, NKU

NKU Chase College of Law would like to thank the Cincinnati Business Courier for hosting the series.


For more information, visit http://chaselaw.nku.edu/centers/transactional/businesscourier.html

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