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Nuts and Bolts: Entity Formation for Entrepreneurs

S Corp, C Corp, LLC: which legal entity is right for you? For that matter, how much do you know about their similarities and differences? In this event, start-up expert and corporate lawyer Alon Y. Kapen, will explain the various legal entities and explain their advantages and disadvantages.

You must sign up on Eventbrite: www.nycbio-new-entity.eventbrite.com .

Mr. Kapen is a partner at Farrell Fritz in their corporate and finance department. He leads the Emerging Companies & Venture Capital practice group and concentrates in corporate securities transactions and regulation as well as mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Kapen has represented many entrepreneurs and business enterprises including early stage companies in their formation, negotiation of capital raising transactions, compliance with securities laws, incentivization of employees, mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions.

If you're new to starting companies, come to this event!

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  • Xiaotong Y.

    After about 3 hours on LIRR, buses and foot, I found a worthwhile meetup on that rainy day. Alon Kapen's talk was informative and well-organized. His knowledge is definitely helpful for perspective technology entrepreneurs.

    December 2, 2013

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