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Legal Consideration for starting a business


Andrew will introduce the basic documents and items required to start a business:

  1. Articles filed with the State;
  2. Federal Employer Identification Number; and
  3. Organizational documents and owner agreements, which differ depending on the type of business entity you choose.

Next, he will talk about the differences, advantages, and disadvantages of the main business legal entities: Limited Liability Companies, Corporations, Sole Proprietorships, and Partnerships.   Within this discussion, we will talk about how this relates to the type of ownership agreements that must be crafted for each entity class.  Finally, I will delve into an overview of the following business topics: customer contracts, employee contracts and policies, independent contactors explained, business leases, and business estate planning.

Who should Attend?

  • You are a small business owner or
  • You want to start a new business,
  • You are preparing capital from external investors

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Oct 22 2020

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  • Date: Oct 22 2020



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Andrew Rosenberg


Andrew Rosenberg

Andrew is a native of Racine, where he graduated as Co-Valedictorian from Racine Lutheran High School in 2010. He went on to graduate magna cum laude from Carthage College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 2014. At Carthage, Andrew played four years on the varsity football team, made the Dean’s List every semester, and completed the All-College Honors Scholar program. He earned a Juris Doctor degree cum laude from the University of Notre Dame Law School and served as the Executive Development Editor for the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy. Andrew has a general practice, with an emphasis on business, estate planning, and real estate, collections, personal injury, and criminal matters for the firm. Prior to joining Knuteson, Hinkston & Quinn, S.C., his experience includes serving as an intern to a Federal magistrate judge at the Southern District Court of Indiana in Indianapolis, as well as interning at a large firm in Fort Wayne, Indiana during his second year of law school. He helped senior attorneys draft litigation documents, business and real estate contracts, and estate planning documents. Andrew is excited to be closer his family and friends in Racine and enjoys attending community events and festivals in Southeast Wisconsin, especially during the summer months.

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