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Join the Aging2.0 San Francisco Chapter and Hanson Bridgett for an overview of practical legal information for early-stage entrepreneurs. Learn from experts about legal and business issues you need to know about to protect you and your company.
Yes, we understand that business structures and legal matters may not be top of mind as you start your company. You are laser focused on creating an incredible product. But undoubtedly you've heard horror stories from other entrepreneurs who ignored dealing with "legal stuff" ... until it was too late. Don't be one of them. What you don't know can hurt you.
We are going to cover a lot of ground to provide you with a foundation for launching your company, including:
Don't miss this overview of legal issues every early-stage entrepreneur needs to be familiar with. While this event is targeted at early-stage entrepreneurs developing products and services to tackle the biggest challenges and opportunities in aging, all entrepreneurs are welcome.
This event is sponsored by Aging2.0 in association with Hanson Bridgett.
Hanson Bridgett LLP, 425 Market Street, 26th Floor, San Francisco, 94105 (cross street: Fremont). Public transportation recommended. BART or MUNI: Embarcadero Station (exit Embarcadero Station through the Beale Street exit).
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE: Contact Amy for sponsorship options and benefits.
REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY TO ATTEND THIS EVENT AND REGISTERED NAME MUST MATCH PHOTO ID.
Advance registration is MANDATORY as this is a secure building. The name you register with MUST match your ID or you will not be allowed past the security desk. No walk in registration allowed. Registration will close April 16 at noon (or sooner if capacity is reached). The registration system will allow you to register only one person at a time. You must create an Aging2.0 account to register, or sign into your existing Aging2.0 account. Forgot your password? There is a Reset Password feature on the LOGIN page.Aging2.0 San Francisco Chapter is the local chapter of Aging2.0, a global platform on a mission to accelerate innovation to improve the lives of older adults around the world. Chapters bring together innovators in the aging and senior care space, break down industry silos and educate and encourage others to work in the aging innovation industry. Membership is free. Join our email list to receive invitations to upcoming events at www.aging2.com/san-francisco/. Want to be a part of the A2SF volunteer team to help make future events happen? Email Amy for more info.
Hanson Bridgett, LLP
Hanson Bridgett, LLP
Hanson Bridgett LLP
Jonathan leads the corporate department at Hanson Bridgett. He previously founded and led Hanson Bridgett’s sustainable law practice which focuses on developing a more sustainable economy by assisting mission driven companies and high impact investors in a variety of industries. He represents entities and their investors in connection with business and intellectual property transactions, including formation, finance, contracts, licenses, joint venture and development, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, e-commerce, technology-related matters and general corporate law. Jonathan also represents many non-profit charities, foundations, and business associations.
Tomek represents a wide range of health care and senior care clients in transactional and regulatory matters. His health care clients include hospitals, health systems, mental health facilities, rural health centers, hospices, medical groups, pharmacies, and clinical laboratories. Tomek counsels these clients on state and federal licensing and certification, Medicare and Medi-Cal enrollment and exclusion, compliance with HIPAA and state privacy laws, patient consent, Stark and Anti-Kickback Statute compliance, and general contract and corporate governance matters.
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