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Terri Krivosha to Present at Workshop for Being Successful in Private Practice
"Addressing Common Legal Questions When Creating or Building Your Private Practice," Private Practice Boot Camp, Voda Counseling, 2015
May 15, 2015

Terri Krivosha, partner in Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will present at an all-day workshop on May 15, 2015, for those who own or are considering starting a private practice. Terri's presentation titled, "Addressing Common Legal Questions When Creating or Building Your Private Practice," will discuss the best legal structure to achieve your business goals, highlight important matters to consider if you decide to go into a partnership with others, consider noncompete enforceability in Minnesota, and answer any questions you have regarding legal issues in building a business.

For more information or to register, go to: Private Practice Boot Camp.

Terri Krivosha works with a vibrant network of entrepreneurial and dynamic businesses and those who fund them. She uses her broad strategic skills together with extensive experience to help her clients achieve success in all phases of their development and growth. Terri is passionate about helping businesses grow, succeed, and scale. Terri served as chair of Maslon LLP for four years—the first female chair at a Twin Cities law firm—and this experience running a business has enabled her to understand and empathize with her clients' needs and challenges. She writes and speaks regularly on topics related to her practice, and teaches a course on start-ups at William Mitchell College of Law. Terri's book Founding a Startup: What You Need to Know was published by Thomson/Reuters in August 2014 and is available on Amazon.com.

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