Christa Richer Cook to Present "Learning the Law: Legal Tips for Women Entrepreneurs" at Women TIES Syracuse Luncheon on June 15, 2011
May 30, 2011
Women TIES Syracuse Luncheon "Learning the Law: Legal Tips for Women Entrepreneurs"
Featuring: Christa Cook, Attorney
Bond, Schoeneck & King
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Location: Justin's Grill, 6400 Yorktown Circle, East Syracuse, New York 13057
Laws govern the way we live. Laws also govern the way we do business. From the moment we become entrepreneurs and sign a legal document creating our company, we enter the world of business law. As our company grows we face a multitude of legal issues such as signing leases, hiring employees, subcontracting work with other entrepreneurs, and protecting our intellectual property just to name a few. The list is long and law can be complicated.
Christa Cook, an attorney with Bond, Schoeneck & King, will shed light on three important legal topics for women business owners. The presentation will highlight what laws women entrepreneurs need to be aware of as they develop and grow their companies; the importance of, and components of, business contracts with vendors, customers, and employees; and the laws related to hiring employees vs. independent contractors. You'll also receive a legal resource list to help you in the future.
You are guaranteed to walk away with valuable legal advice to strengthen your knowledge and protect your company. Don't miss this unique opportunity to garner legal advice from an experienced attorney dedicated to assisting small businesses.
About the Presenter
Christa Cook is has been an attorney with Bond, Schoeneck & King, since 2001. Cook counsels employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including matters involving workforce reductions, workplace investigations, unemployment insurance, family and military leave, employee discipline and wage and hour issues. She represents management in collective bargaining, labor arbitrations, collective actions under the FLSA, and employment discrimination litigation in federal and state courts and before the EEOC and the Human Rights Division. She counsels employers on strategic business and employment development issues and assists small employers who wish to grow their businesses with local, state and federal laws.
Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC has developed a reputation for professional excellence, integrity, and success. They have a firm of 200 lawyers with offices in New York, Florida and Kansas. Their lawyers have extensive expertise in 18 different practice areas and 10 different industry groups. We are recognized leaders in Labor and Employment Law, representing both small and large companies, including, manufacturers, colleges, health care institutions, as well as hundreds of smaller businesses.