• Succeeding on Purpose: a Workshop (by Latitude)

    The North House

    Often CEOs and other leaders want to lead with a purpose greater than profit, but the majority struggle to integrate purpose into their everyday operations. In this workshop, Glenn Deering—Executive Director of Strategy and Purpose Innovation at Latitude—will lead attendees through interactive exercises that introduce proven ideas and methods for operationalizing a purpose in a way that connects deeply with customers, employees, and communities. LEARN MORE: https://aaronhall.com/succeeding-on-purpose-a-workshop/ REGISTER: RSVP by email to Aaron Hall at [masked]

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  • JUX Doing It Right - Benefit v. Nonprofit v. For Profit Corporations

    Register Here (https://jux.law/event/doing-it-right-series/) August - Social Enterprises: Benefit v. Nonprofit v. For Profit Corporations Come join us in the conversation about social businesses. Social Business Structuring: Nonprofit? For-Profit? Or Benefit Corporations? Many entrepreneurs grapple with a desire to do well and do good at the same time. Kim Lowe, attorney at JUX Law Firm, and Y. Elaine Rasmussen, CEO of Social Impact Strategies Group, will help attendees understand how to best position their business or idea within the array of entity options available for social entrepreneurs. There will be a presentation by Kim Lowe and Y. Elaine Rasmussen, followed by Q&A and time for networking. Presenter JUX Law Firm attorney Kim Lowe https://jux.law/team/kim-lowe/ CEO of Social Impact Strategies Group Y. Elaine Rasmussen https://www.socialimpactnow.com/about DATE Wednesday, August 30, 2017 LOCATION COCO Downtown (https://explorecoco.com/locations/downtown) 400 South 4th Street, Suite 401 Minneapolis, MN 55415 FAQs Who will be attending? Full seating capacity is 20; similar prior events have sold out. The primary audience is entreprenuers and start-ups companies. What are my parking options? If you drive to COCO Downtown, park in the Gateway Ramp (https://www.google.com/maps/place/Gateway+Parking+Ramp/@44.9786588,-93.2652266,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x52b3329db24def5f:0x64115ea0cfc565d3!8m2!3d44.9786588!4d-93.2630379). COCO has parking validation tickets at the front desk that discount the price to $6. Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes. The attendee should bring either (1) the ticket or (2) proof of purchase when the attendee arrives at the event registration table. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, but you will have to check-in at the registration desk. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email [masked] or call[masked]. Disclaimers Registration or attendance at this event does not create a client relationship. Your event registration fee is not a fee for consulting or legal services. By registering for this event, you consent to having your registration information provided to JUX Law Firm. It will not be sold or passed on to any third party without your written consent. Event sponsors may take photographs and videos at the event. By registering for the event, you consent to use of your image in photographs or videos of the event.

  • JUX Doing It Right - Your First Commercial Lease

    Poor Richard's Commonhouse

    Register at this website (https://jux.law/event/doing-it-right-series/): https://jux.law/event/doing-it-right-series/ Doing It Right is a series of interactive workshops for entreprenuers and small businesses focusing on 12 decision points - one for each month.August - Your First Commercial Lease Most startups will eventually need to think about when to move out of the home office, the garage, or an office share and into a space that works for your business whether it’s a hip and trendy office or an industrial building. At this stage of the game, most companies are not in the position to buy real estate, so your startup will likely be leasing. To do it right, an entrepreneur should interview and engage a commercial real estate broker and commercial real estate lawyer early in the process. Getting into a new space that reflects your startup’s culture and meets your space needs doesn’t happen overnight.Doing it right means identifying your search parameters right away, developing a plan to search the market, negotiating hard on the right business terms and making sure that the lease accurately reflects your business deal. PRESENTER JUX Law Firm attorney John Saunders (https://jux.law/team/john-saunders/), brokers from Assembly (http://www.assemblymn.com/our-crew/), architect Jeff Gears (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-gears-aia-ncarb-leed-ap-27031632/), and banker Joe Bauer (http://www.fidelitybankmn.com/about/team-member/joe-bauer)) DATE Wednesday, August 9, 2017 LOCATION Poor Richard's Commonhouse, 8301 Normandale Blvd, Bloomington, MN 55437 AGENDA 4:30 pm - Registration 5:00 - 6:00pm - Workshop FAQs Who will be attending? Full seating capacity is 20; similar prior events have sold out. The primary audience is entreprenuers and start-ups companies. What are my parking options? Free parking lot Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes. The attendee should bring either (1) the ticket or (2) proof of purchase when the attendee arrives at the event registration table. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, but you will have to check-in at the registration desk. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email [masked] or call[masked]. Disclaimers Registration or attendance at this event does not create a client relationship. Your event registration fee is not a fee for consulting or legal services. By registering for this event, you consent to having your registration information provided to JUX Law Firm. It will not be sold or passed on to any third party without your written consent. Event sponsors may take photographs and videos at the event. By registering for the event, you consent to use of your image in photographs or videos of the event.

  • Patents and Trade Secrets for Startups

    TCF Tower Nicollet Room

    Register at this website: https://jux.law/event/doing-it-right-series/ Doing It Right - Is a series of interactive workshops for entreprenuers and small businesses focusing on 12 decision points - one for each month.July - Patents and Trade Secrets for Startups Dan Pauly, an experienced patent law attorney, and Larry Fox, a technology lawyer, will highlight some key issues that startups need to consider around patents and trade secrets. Some topics to be covered are: Basic understanding of patent law applicable to start ups, including when to engage a patent lawyer. What are the key agreements you need to have in place with your founders, contractors and associates. The role of Confidentiality Agreements in protecting intellectual property How to avoid expensive mistakes. There will be a presentation by Dan and Larry, followed by Q&A and time for networking. Presenter JUX Law Firm attorney Larry Fox (http://www.jux.law/team/larryfox), Attorney Daniel M. Pauly (http://pdsdlaw.com/index.php/pauly) DATE Thursday, July 20, 2017 LOCATION TCF Tower, Nicollet Room, 121 South Eight Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402 FAQs Who will be attending? Full seating capacity is 20; similar prior events have sold out. The primary audience is entreprenuers and start-ups companies. Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes. The attendee should bring either (1) the ticket or (2) proof of purchase when the attendee arrives at the event registration table. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, but you will have to check-in at the registration desk. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email [masked] or call[masked]

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  • Doing It Right Series - Your First Commercial Lease

    Poor Richard's Commonhouse

    CLICK HERE (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/doing-it-right-series-may-your-first-commercial-lease-tickets-31021157116)to register Most startups will eventually need to think about when to move out of the home office, the garage, or an office share and into a space that works for your business whether it’s a hip and trendy office or an industrial building. At this stage of the game, most companies are not in the position to buy real estate, so your startup will likely be leasing. To do it right, an entrepreneur should interview and engage a commercial real estate broker and commercial real estate lawyer early in the process. Getting into a new space that reflects your startup’s culture and meets your space needs doesn’t happen overnight. Doing it right means identifying your search parameters right away, developing a plan to search the market, negotiating hard on the right business terms and making sure that the lease accurately reflects your business deal. Presenter John Saunders (http://jux.law/team/john-saunders/) is an experienced business attorney, focusing on high-level transactions. Having formerly served as a General Counsel, he has deep experience with the intricacies of commercial real estate, corporate, and franchise law. John also counsels licensed health care professionals, such as dentists, doctors, chiropractors and their businesses. Agenda 4:30 pm - Registration 5:00 - 6:00pm - Workshop FAQs • What is the Doing it Right Series? Learn more about the series at http://jux.law/event/doing-it-right-series/ • Who will be attending? Full seating capacity is 20; similar prior events have sold out. The primary audience is entrepreneurs and start-ups companies. • What are my parking options? Free parking lot • Is my registration/ticket transferable? Yes. The attendee should bring either (1) the ticket or (2) proof of purchase when the attendee arrives at the event registration table. • The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes. • Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, but you will have to check-in at the registration desk. • Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email [masked] or call[masked]

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  • Doing It Right Series - Trademarks

    Location visible to members

    CLICK HERE (http://jux.law/events/doing-it-right-series/) to register and for additional details. The Doing It Right Series (http://jux.law/events/doing-it-right-series/) is a series of interactive workshops for entrepreneurs and small businesses focusing on 12 decision points (one for each month) April's decision point is: Trademarks As a start-up, entrepreneurs are beginning to build a reputation and intellectual property. One part of protecting these "assets" is registering a trademark. To do it right, entrepreneurs may want to protect their business name, company logo, and brand names within the business. Come explore with Business Attorney, Aaron Hall, how trademarks allow entrepreneurs to invest in their brand and provide legal protection from competitors hijacking their brand with a confusingly similar name or mark.Presenter Aaron Hall (http://jux.law/team/aaron-hall/), CEO and Business Attorney, provides legal expertise and counsel for business owners. His legal practice includes business ownership issues, organizational restructuring, acquisitions, and strategic planning. Aaron is inspired by working with CEOs and business owners - their entrepreneurial drive, creativity and lifelong learning, and passion to build something great. As a business attorney, he partners with company leaders to strategically grow companies and avoid legal pitfalls.

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  • Doing It Right Series - Employee vs. Independent Contractors

    Location visible to members

    CLICK HERE (http://jux.law/events/doing-it-right-series/) to register and for additional details. The Doing It Right Series (http://jux.law/events/doing-it-right-series/) is a series of interactive workshops for entrepreneurs and small businesses focusing on 12 decision points (one for each month). March's decision point is: Employees vs. Independent Contractors As a start-up business begins to scale and grow, questions regarding how to hire staff centers upon whether to use the employee or independent contractor model. Getting this wrong, known as “misclassification” – treating and paying someone as an independent contractor when they should have been classified as an employee – can be very costly. Come explore your options and learn how to determine the right classification with Kim Lowe (http://jux.law/team/kim-lowe/), Senior Business Attorney at JUX Law Firm.

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  • Doing It Right Series - Raising Money

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    CLICK HERE (http://jux.law/events/doing-it-right-series/) to register and for additional details. The Doing It Right Series (http://jux.law/events/doing-it-right-series/) is a series of interactive workshops for entrepreneurs and small businesses focusing on 12 decision points (one for each month). February's decision point is Raising Money: Many entrepreneurs will need to raise money from outside investors to launch or take their business to the next level. To do it right an entrepreneur should follow the securities laws, which put restrictions on who you can raise money from, how much you can raise, how you can raise money and what information you need to give to investors. The laws also regulate who you can pay to help you raise money. Come explore and learn the answers to these questions and many more with legal professionals and experts who have years of experience helping entrepreneuers start and grow their businesses.

  • Clean Energy Funding & Growth Panel

    Growth Lab Minneapolis

    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/clean-energy-funding-growth-tickets-31494753656) An audience of sustainable energy entrepreneurs and small businesses in Minnesota will learn from the experience of successful sustainable energy professionals in our state. The panel will be highlighting industry specific elements of funding and growth to paint the picture of what it takes to grow a successful clean tech company in Minnesota. We will see perspectives from different verticals within the industry, from the growing number of cleantech startups, policy initiatives to consider, the professional development and educational programs available, and how to market your business to separate you from the pack. Panelists • Todd Taylor, Senior Business Attorne, JUX Law Todd lives and breathes securities offers. He is Minnesota’s foremost expert on MNvest deal structures and marketing guidelines. • Jeremy Kalin, President & CEO, Eutectics Jeremy is a former legislature currently running a Minnesota grown business making solar electric systems more affordable than ever. • Nina Axelson, Vice President Public Relations, Ever-Green Energy Nina leads project development and oversight for the the largest solar thermal installation in the US. • Kelsey Underwood, CEO & Co-Founder, Re-Module Kelsey is the Marketing Chair for the Cleantech Open Midwest board and cofounder of a sustainable resource startup. Event Agenda 12 PM Arrival & Food 12:30 PM Panel / Q&A 2 PM Networking 2:30 PM Doors Close Lunch will be served.

  • FREE Wills and Living Trusts Seminar

    Chaska Community Center

    Take Control by Protecting Your Assets and Your Loved Ones Through Proper Estate Planning Learn how to: Understand the advantages and disadvantages of Wills and Living Trusts Reduce/avoid Federal and Minnesota taxes and/or Probate Update and significantly improve your current estate plan Pass property to your children in a protective manner Protect property from your loved ones' creditors and spouses Avoid losing all of your assets due to long term health costs Put property in your children's names and when not to Protect and preserve a cabin, farm, vacation home or IRA for future generations Avoid mistakes when using transfer-on-death provisions or beneficiary designations JUX Law Firm is the only Twin Cities firm that is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, an elite national association of attorneys. Refreshments are served at all seminars. SEATING IS LIMITED! REGISTER ON THIS PAGE (http://jux.law/events/seminar/) OR CALL[masked]