Contracts, Service Agreements, Employment Agreements, Purchase Orders, Leases – what should be in them, who is responsible for what
In business you regularly deal with documents that bind you to others and others to you – customers, vendors, landlords, and suppliers. Those documents create legal responsibilities and obligations that can help or hurt you and your business.
Attend this workshop and learn the basics of key aspects of business law that you must be aware of and can use daily in your business.
This workshop works whether you are creating documents that you want others to sign – performance contracts, service agreements, employment agreements, leases, purchase orders, etc. – or if you are on the receiving end of the documents. Once you understand the basics you will be prepared to make the right decisions about how you position yourself in everyday business transactions.
Featured Speaker: Ronnie R. Savar, Esquire is a cum laude graduate of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center. She practiced commercial litigation with a Miami-based law firm prior to opening her own practice, specializing in residential real property transactions, estate planning, probate administration, and other civil matters. For the last 16 years, Ms. Savar has also been a professor of Legal Studies, and is now teaching paralegal and legal studies students at Keiser University, Fort Lauderdale. In addition to her career as an attorney, Ms. Savar served as senior vice president and national director of underwriting for a nationwide mortgage banking company before she attended law school. Ms. Savar is proud to say she is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Florida, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Education, with a major in secondary school mathematics.
Workshop fees: $25/person for advanced registration, $35/person at the door.
Please Note: PayPal or credit card accepted with advanced registration. Cash, credit cards or checks accepted at the door.