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Selecting Your Best Legal Structure 2020

When:
December 02, 2020
Time:
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Category:
SBDC
Location:
Online Event
Details:
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Want to open a successful business? Not sure what legal entity to choose? Join our webinar to find out what legal entity is best for you!

About this Event

Should a business be a sole proprietor, corporation, non-profit, or something else? A successful business starts with choosing a legal entity that maximizes profit, minimizes liability, and protects assets.

In this information rich presentation, including real life case examples, we'll dive into the pros, cons, and pitfalls of each type of legal entity; and show you how you can nail it down in one counseling session. We'll even go into how to set up business structures to decrease liability and to protect some of your most valuable assets.

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About the Host

Tisha Dodge believes an entrepreneur can make a profit and serve a greater good. Her law firm, Dodge Legal Group, SPC, is the first, and presumed only, Texas Social Purpose Corporate Law Firm in Texas and provides legal services to social enterprises, start-ups, established businesses, and non-profits. Her practice areas include: business formations, contract law, employment law, intellectual property, and internet law.

An entrepreneur herself, Tisha works to stay on the cutting edge of her own industry and created the first educational source to teach entrepreneurs about Texas Social Enterprises through StartUp Greater Good, PBC, and the first and only known Texas Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to supporting other social entrepreneurs.

Tisha answers your questions as a business lawyer for 24 years and a seasoned business owner of her own social impact businesses. Tisha earned her BA in Political Science form George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and her JD from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 1995.

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