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March 29, 2016 - Nisha Kapur was the Program Co-Chair for a CBA Young Lawyers Section CLE seminar entitled “Representing the Startup Venture in Connecticut.”

Representing the Startup Venture in Connecticut. Learn the special considerations of corporate and IP law when representing a Startup.

Presented by the Young Lawyers Section

Seminar Code: EYL160329

CLE Credit: 2 Hours

About the Program:
Experts in IP and corporate law will present what you need to know when representing a startup venture in Connecticut. There are important differences in business formation and IP concerns between traditional businesses and startup companies, which are often in technology and manufacturing industries and involve outside investors.

Who Should Attend:

Any attorney who would like to learn about the special considerations necessary when representing a startup business.

You Will Learn:

  • About choice of entity and entity formation
  • About corporate governance matters
  • About recent developments in crowd funding
  • About trademark and trade secret considerations

Program Co-Chair: Nisha Kapur, Murtha Cullina LLP, Hartford


For more information, please click here.

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