MVA Hosts QCF Legal Seminar
MVA’s Charlotte office hosted a legal seminar on July 19 for non-profit and for-profit entrepreneurs who are a part of Queen City Forward's high impact accelerator program. The seminar provided an overview of the legal issues encountered by nonprofit and for-profit companies in the early start-up phases.
MVA presenters included Intellectual Property Associates Peter Stewart and Emmett Weindruch, Mergers and Acquisitions Member Carolyn Meade, and Litigation Member Ben Fryer, who discussed Business Structure and Partnership Agreements, Employment Law and Contracts, and Intellectual Property Protection. Attendees left with information on the practical legal aspects of running, owning and growing a business.
The firm provides pro bono support to non-profit and for-profit entities engaged in Queen City Forward’s high impact accelerator program. The project is designed to deliver much needed corporate related legal services to organizations dedicated to encouraging positive social change within Charlotte communities.