How to Choose Your Business Structure as an Entrepreneur
To incorporate or not to incorporate? That is a question that every entrepreneur or business owner must ask themselves and will be the subject of this upcoming session in our EPIC LAW Series. During the workshop, you will learn, among others, what is the appropriate business structure for your start-up, whether your company needs a founder’s agreement, how to protect your intellectual property rights and how start-ups can protect themselves from employment related law suits. We will explore a variety of different corporate structures including:
• Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
• Sole Proprietorships
We will also be discussing the key differences in your legal name vs. your business name.
In this workshop special guest Joshua Cheifetz, lawyer with Corrent & Macri LLP, will be leading a one hour workshop followed by a question answer period.
The event is open to all UWindsor students, members of the community, entrepreneurs and past EPICentre workshop participants. Light lunch will be provided.
Limited spots available, register below before they’re gone!
Joshua Cheifetz is a graduate of the University of Windsor and University of Detroit Canadian American Dual JD Program. Josh specializes in Corporate/Commercial and Tax law and primarily acts for Entrepreneurial companies.
Brian Cowell, CPA, CA Brian is a senior manager at Collins Barrow Windsor who provides accounting and assurance services to clients in a wide variety of industries including professionals, insurance, not-for-profits, charities, manufacturing, tech and automotive. Brian has assisted numerous small business owners with tax planning, compliance, HST, compensation strategies and buying and selling a business. He works closely with owner-managers to provide strategic advice and a tailor-made approach to tax planning in order to achieve business objectives in a tax effective manner.
Registration for this event is now closed.
When: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Venue: EPICentre, Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre, 2nd Floor