The Small Business Development Center at Florida Gulf Coast University will host the 13th annual Entrepreneur's Law School event 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Student Union on campus. FGCU President Wilson G. Bradshaw is the keynote speaker.
The all-day workshop is geared toward small business owners and entrepreneurs who want to get their small business legal questions answered by professionals in the field of law.
The day kicks off with a continental breakfast sponsored by Costco at 8:30 a.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from tracks of 50 minutes each on subjects that are informative and need-to-know such as legal contracts conducted by Carmen Dellutri, The Dellutri Law Firm; everything legal-stump the attorney conducted by Donna Flammang, Brennan, Manna & Diamond; distressed property options and foreclosures, presented by Mary Sanders, Sanders Law Firm.
The afternoon will continue with a dynamic panel discussion on the effects of small business bankruptcy from a legal, tax, finance, and insurance perspective.
"We are pleased to continue to provide this annual educational workshop and reach out to small business owners throughout Southwest Florida who may have questions or concerns about their business," said Suzanne Specht, assistant director of the SBDC and program coordinator for Entrepreneur's Law School. "Often business owners come to the SBDC for confidential business consulting and have legal questions. This event is a great opportunity for small business owners and entrepreneurs to hear from a variety of attorneys on different legal matters."
Tuition to attend the all-day event is $99 and includes breakfast and lunch. Cost on the day of the event is $199. Register at: www.sbdc-lawschool.com or call (239) 745-3700 for more information.