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Legal Landmines in Securities Law and Corporate Transactional Law
Legal Basics for Business Owners & Entrepreneurs Lunch Time Learning Series
Entrepreneurs and business owners learn about avoiding the legal landmines related to securities law and corporate transactional law.
Additionally, the webinar attendees have access to a Q&A session during the presentation and other special offerings.
Please submit questions to info@millslawllc.com.

Jul 16, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Bernard H. Coleman
Attorney @The Coleman Law Firm, LLC
A cum laude graduate of Harvard University and graduate of the University of Virginia School Of Law, Attorney Bernard H. Coleman, Jr. began his legal career in Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. As an Associate and then as a Partner at some of the largest firms in Atlanta, Mr. Coleman’s practice focused on representing clients in multi-million dollar capital raises, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital fund formation, investment and asset-backed loan transactions. After 17 years in Big Law, Attorney Coleman decided to create The Coleman Law Firm so that he could better serve startups and diverse entrepreneurs in every aspect of organizing, financing, growing, acquiring and selling a business, with a special focus on securities offerings (private placements, crowdfunding, venture capital and digital securities offerings). Learn more about Attorney Coleman and The Coleman Law Firm by visiting www.tclfirm.com.
Karen V. Mills
Attorney @Mills Law, LLC
Karen V. Mills is the founding member of the woman-owned boutique law firm Mills Law, LLC, specializing in contracts, corporate transactional/business law and mediation. She provides practical advice on issues related to entity formations, contract terms and conditions, corporate acquisitions and divestitures, equity and debt financing, corporate governance and other general corporate matters. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Emory University School of Law.