Legal Issues for Startups - The Top Tips
Many companies are not prepared for the legal issues that come with starting up a new business. Knowing the legalities and being properly equipped will help you grow and succeed in the long term and help to avoid some pitfalls that can arise when you don’t protect yourself or your company from the start.
Please join us for an evening seminar with experienced lawyer and Managing Director of Interpret Contracts, Evyenia Walton, as she answers some of the most common legal questions when starting a business.
From tech startups needing confidentiality agreements and intellectual property advice, to retail or product based startups looking for workspace, employees and capital, Evyenia will cover a broad range of issues and concerns, including the importance of doing your research, trademark protection, the benefits of incorporation and getting the right structure for your company.
Meet the presenter
Evyenia has been practising commercial law in Adelaide and Melbourne since 2004. She graduated from Flinders University with a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice and a Bachelor of Arts in 2003. As UniSA’s longest serving in-house lawyer, she has worked on a myriad of contracts including research and grant funding, projects and collaborations, IP protection and commercialisation as well as international and student matters.
Throughout her career, Evyenia was often approached to review a contract and provide advice to family and friends who had their own business, from fish and chip shops to electricians. It was here that she saw a real need for practical, affordable legal services for start-ups and SME’s and started her own company, Interpret Contracts.
Date and Time
Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC)
Level 4, Catherine Helen Spence Building, UniSA City West Campus
55 North Terrace
ADELAIDE, SA 5000