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Cambridge Enterprise Surgeries: Legal Issues

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Calling all entrepreneurs!

3 sessions still available for next weeks FREE/CONFIDENTIAL Surgery on Legal Issues which is being held on Wednesday 11-Nov-09 – interested ?

Do you want to know about confidentiality or shareholder agreements, company structure or articles of association (amongst other things)? – then this is an opportunity to find out because every entrepreneur should know about these important issues when thinking about setting up their own company – knowledge is power / protect yourselves, so why not that this opportunity and book a session.

Taylor Vinters who are described as being “Focused and entrepreneurial” and “Generating the feel-good factor” among their clients and “The new king among rainmaker” – accolades not normally accorded to law firms.

Their core services include finance, tax, intellectual property, commercial contracts, employment and employee benefits so they should be able to answer all your questions on a 1-2-1 basis.

40 minute sessions available

B — 14.45 / C — 15.30 / D — 16.15

To book:


State: which session you would like to have


• Question/s – in order for you to gain maximum benefit from your session provide some information about the question/s you wish to ask • Affiliation – to the University of Cambridge • Contact details – please also provide a phone number (mobile ideally) where we can contact you should there be a problem

All Surgeries take place at Cambridge Enterprise, William Gates Building, JJ Thomson Avenue, CB3 0FD

Look forward to seeing you at a Surgery session.

N.B: To see the full list of the 8th Surgeries Series go to for advance booking

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Enterprise Network series.

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