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​Business Law Series

Supported by the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library


​Trademarks & Copyright Basics 

Copyright provides a way for artists, innovators and other entrepreneurial ventures to protect and monetize their creativity. This workshop, introduces copyright, licensing and copyright infringement. Learn the basics of trademarks, including what a trademark is, how to select a distinctive and federally register-able trademark and the difference between state and federal registration.

Wednesday, March 7th, 6-7:30 pm - Register here.

Phoenix Public Library @ Park Central

Business Entities & Formation for Entrepreneurs
This workshop is for entrepreneurs seeking information on the basic legal considerations in starting a new business. Aspiring business owners will learn the various types of business entities, the steps in the incorporation process, and the common mistakes in creating and maintaining a corporate entity.

Wednesday, April 4th, 6-7:30 pm - Register here.

Phoenix Public Library @ Park Central.

​Introduction to Contracts

Introducing small business owners to the world of contracts. The workshop will describe what a contract is, why they are needed, what should be in a contract, and other common problems.

Wednesday, May 2nd, 6-7:30 pm -  Register here.

Phoenix Public Library @ Park Central

The business law series is presented by Chris Love, Senior Associate - Kewenvoyouma Law, PLLC.
 
Chris Love's practice focuses on a number of areas, including tribal labor and employment, government relations, corporate governance, policy development and analysis, code development, and constitution reform. You can learn more about Ms. Love's background by visiting her bio online.
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