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Raleigh, NC, United States, 2013/11/22 - Henry Kopf, III, an attorney with Shanahan Law Group, PLLC, is partnering with NC COIN and Campbell Law School to lead a five-part Legal Basic seminar series to help startup and early-stage companies - ShanahanLawGroup.com.
Henry Kopf, III, is partnering with the North Carolina Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology (NC COIN) and Campbell Law School to lead a five-part Legal Basic seminar series designed to help startup and early-stage companies establish a solid foundation for success. The seminar series will also include special guest speakers to provide additional insight and impart personal experiences on specific topics.
“We are excited to partner with NC COIN and Shanahan law Group for this meaningful seminar and discussion,” said Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard. “So many members of our local community are engaged in incredible, forward-thinking business ideas that can help the Raleigh community continue to grow and expand. It’s critical that Campbell Law serves as a resource in helping these entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground.”
NC COIN Executive Director, Joe Magno stated “success or failure in business often comes down to understanding legal and foundational underpinnings that allow a business to run smoothly and efficiently, and in high technology based ventures understanding legal implications is critical to survival and success”.
“My experience as an entrepreneur taught me that the success or failure of a business often boils down to basic, foundational underpinnings that either enable the business to run smoothly and operate efficiently or, in many unfortunate cases, fail to support the business’ needs, leading to inefficiencies or failure,” said Kopf. “This seminar series is designed to provide leaders of startup and early-stage businesses with a solid base of knowledge that enhances their business ventures, establishes a proper foundation for success, and helps them get off to a strong start.”
The five-week seminar series covers a number of topics important to the success of early-stage businesses, including: (1) Business formation; (2) The importance of incorporating good business practices in contracts, purchasing, receiving, and employment matters; (3) Intellectual property issues; (4) Fundraising and liquidity events; and (5) International business issues.
The series kicks off with an information session on December 4 with the seminars scheduled for December 11 and 18, 2013 and January 8, 15 and 22, 2014. For more information or to signup, please visit the link below or the Nanobiotech website.
About Henry Kopf, III
Henry Kopf, III concentrates his practice in the area of business litigation, business advisement, administrative law and technology law. Additionally, he also works on constitutional takings issues. Prior to his legal career, Kopf was an entrepreneur, co-founding and growing businesses focused on development and commercialization of technology used for the purification and separations of liquids for biotechnology and pharmaceutical applications. Kopf has been awarded four U.S. patents and corresponding international patents on the processing of biological fluids, improved infant formula, and optimization of filtration processes (7,544, 296; 6,875, 459; 6,852, 352; 6,827, 960) as well as received an Export Achievement Certificate from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
About NC COIN
The North Carolina Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology (NC COIN) is a not-for-profit 501©(3) Corporation which serves the citizens of North Carolina as a Virtual Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine based businesses, researchers, and institutions. NC COIN is physically headquartered in Greensboro North Carolina at the Gateway Research Park and proximate to the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering. For more information, visit the website for Nanobiotech.
About Shanahan Law Group, PLLC
Shanahan Law Group (shanahanlawgroup.com) is a boutique law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina that offers a full range of business and litigation services. The firm’s practice areas include complex business litigation, business formation and exit strategies, banking and financial institutions, licensing and distribution, real estate, secured transactions, agribusiness, employment law, white collar criminal defense, trust and estates and government representation. The firm has offices in downtown Raleigh and North Raleigh.