The recent Supreme Court decisions to lift the ban on small businesses ability to participate in electoral campaigns has made many small business owners aware of the fact that they should do their homework on corporate laws. Now, entrepreneurs in New Hampshire who have recently undergone or are considering business formation might benefit from a free legal workshop sponsored by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, reports the Eagle-Tribune.
The workshop will be held in Lawrence on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon. The Lawyers’ Committee will offer information about contracts, real estate, business formation and protecting a business in compliance with the law.
While this meeting is open to New Hampshire entrepreneurs, business owners nationwide can attend the Association of Corporate Counsel’s two-day seminar March 11 and 12 to learn about contemporary legal concerns for the corporate community.
The seminar, to be held in Washington, D.C., will offer a panel discussion led by Supreme Court Institute co-directors on high court decisions that will affect companies in the coming months.
These seminars might offer insight on which business entities will be most profitable in the face of new business taxes or corporate regulations. To learn more about different business types and how to incorporate a business, entrepreneurs can seek the counsel of professionals at an incorporation service.