On May 1st, 2012 Accelerate Okanagan’s Partner, Pushor Mitchell, addressed the all-important topic for growth tech start-ups: “Confidentiality, Non-Circumvention and Protection of Corporate Interests Agreements – How, What, When and Why”.
This Legal “Face Time” took place in the Pushor Mitchell Executive Boardroom,
In what was designed to be a highly interactive learning session, Pushor Mitchell’s Blair Forrest - an expert in corporate, securities and technology law - discussed agreements that are critical to protecting early stage Intellectual Property and core business secrets. The workshop was designed to provide an introduction to, and background information on, these topics: all as a lead-in to more detailed follow-up discussions.
Our “Face Time” sessions are a series of intimate, interactive workshops, all with the specific goal of supporting the growth ambitions of technology innovators and entrepreneurs.
Like all of our Partners, Pushor Mitchell joins Accelerate Okanagan in their commitment to assisting entrepreneurs achieve their full potential.
Being presented in conjunction with partners from the Accelerate Okanagan community, the “Face Time” series has been created as a direct result of feedback from clients, which indicated the need for a focused and engaging learning-format program designed specifically to enhance the skills of early-stage entrepreneurs.About Pushor Mitchell
The largest full service law firm in the interior of BC, Pushor Mitchell’s team of lawyers provides a full range of legal services, including in a number of specialty areas such as securities, corporate finance, intellectual property, technology, employment and tax law.
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Previous Face Time sessions include:
An Overview of Basic Legal Issues and Documents for Early Stage Ventures and An Introduction to Corporate Due Diligence with Accelerate Okanagan Partner, Pushor Mitchell, LLP
The Top 10 Accounting and Tax Considerations for Startups with Accelerate Okanagan Partner, KPMG