• Bryan M. Griffith, J.D., Business Law Workshop

    Posted on December 30th, 2010

    Written by Bryan


    This series of workshops on the third Thursday of the month, will begin January 20, 2011.


    Each session will be approximately 45 minutes of presentation, with time for individual questions throughout, and a thirty minute open forum following. Each workshop will include a handout and checklists or tools you can implement today.

    Enjoy complimentary beverages and snacks while participating in this workshop.

    DISCLAIMER: Although the presenter is an attorney, he is not your attorney until you engage him to represent you or your business. At these sessions, no attorney-client relationship will be created simply by attending. The Law Office of Bryan M. Griffith, LLC offers only general legal education and not individual advice at these sessions. For an individual review of your legal needs, please schedule an appointment. Nothing said during the workshop will be confidential, everyone in the room can hear you, so please hold confidential questions until your appointment with an attorney.


    7003 Post Road, Dublin, Ohio 43016
    4th Floor Training Room

    Event Descriptions

    Here are descriptions for the first three workshops. I have more planned, but I am also open to suggestion and will gladly address any topic of concern to your business. Leave me a comment or drop me an e-mail.

    (1)Starting a Business: To Inc. or not to Inc.?
    January 20, 2010 12:30 p.m.

    After making the decision to start a business, there are many questions to be answered, and one of the first that you should consider is, “What form of business entity is right for me?” The basic choices include: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Limited Liability Company, and Corporation. Each of these has various sub-types, and they each have advantages and disadvantages. Before you jump into the unknown, learn about the risk and tax characteristics of each. We will form a hypothetical company and walk through the government filing process.

    (2)Legal Literacy: Everyone can read a contract
    February 17, 2010 12:30 p.m.

    As a business owner you enter into many contracts each week. When you purchase supplies and advertising, rent an office, sell goods or services, and even when you park your car. With a little knowledge and a few tools, you can more easily identify the risks involved in entering into each of these contracts, and decide when to involve an attorney in the negotiation.

    (3)Solving Business Disputes: The Dispute Response Organization Plan (DROP)
    March 17, 2010 12:30 p.m.

    Even thriving businesses have occasional disputes with vendors, customers, competitors, and government agencies. Every business needs a plan to identify a dispute early, respond appropriately, and know when to involve your attorney.

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