WORKSHOP: WALA CREATIVE ENTERPRENUER SERIES
LOCATION: COMPASS ATELIER 2 (12276 Wilkins Ave)
A series for creatives of all kinds who want to take the next step in their professional career by creating their own business. Explore the basics of forming a business for your creative endeavors, from deciding whether to incorporate as a non-profit or for-profit entity, to understanding copyrights and trademarks, to contract and negotiation skills, and finally to taxes and leases.
The series comprises six sessions to be held on consecutive Tuesdays, starting Tuesday March 6, 2018 and continuing through Tuesday, April 10, 2018 from 7pm - 9pm at Compass Atelier 2 in Rockville, MD.
Register for individual sessions by selecting from one of the dates using the link below.
The series is free for WALA members, and $20 per workshop for non-members.
The complete series includes:
Session #1: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 ~ Business Formation
WALA Creative Entrepreneur Series @ The Compass Atelier 2
(Legal Issues for Creative Entrepreneurs)
Presentation and Q & A with:
This Session Covers:
• Overview of Business Entities
• Types and Organization
• Management and Control
• Liability Protection
• Tax-Related Issues
• Business Agreements
• Shareholder and Membership Agreements
• Employment and Independent Contractor Agreements
• Non-Disclosure Agreements
• Non-Profit Entities
• IRS Form 1023 for Tax-Exempt Status
• Common Mistakes for Entrepreneurs
Hardeep Grover is an attorney with Tresquire, a solo practice where he focuses on helping start-ups and small businesses navigate legal hurdles. Hardeep began his practice immersed in the start-up culture of San Francisco, and developed his expertise as counsel to restaurants, theater, and film production companies in New York. Having returned to his hometown of Washington, DC, Hardeep now works with creative entrepreneurs in the technology, entertainment, and food & beverage industries. Barred in CA, NY and DC, he works with clients in all three jurisdictions, striving to help people bring their visions to fruition. In addition to his role on the education committee of the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, Hardeep is also President-Elect of the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, DC. Hardeep received his BA in Economics from George Mason University, and his JD from The George Washington University Law School. In his spare time he enjoys playing with wild yeast fermentation, and he dreams of one day owning a Rotovap and a cheese cave.