Oakland, CA (PRWEB) November 09, 2011
Today a free seminar in Oakland on how to determine the best business entity in setting up or transitioning a business was announced by the Law Office of Mary Margaret Bush.
According to Mary Margaret (Peggy) Bush, Attorney at Law, and host of the event, “Whether you are setting up your business, creating business relationships, protecting your business assets or transitioning out of your business, the form that your business entity takes can protect your personal and professional assets as well as give you guidelines for a smoothly operating business”.
The no-cost breakfast event will be held on November 30, 2011 from 8:00-10:30am, and will consist of a small group informational session covering the different types of business entities, including new business form options that are available as of October, the risks and advantages of each, and questions to ask yourself and potential co-investors about your business’ goals. There will be time for questions and answers. "We'll get to the heart of why a business should be a C Corporation, LLC, Not for Profit, Sole Proprietorship, or other form - and steps to take to properly set that form up," according to Ms. Bush.
With 37 years as a civil attorney and businesswoman, Ms. Bush has deep experience with business transactions and business litigation, and has found that most people who are successful in business understand how to protect their business.
To attend the breakfast seminar, please RSVP by November 25, 2011 to peggy(at)peggybushlaw(dot)com or call 510.547.7454. Location details will be provided upon confirmation of attendance.
About Peggy Bush
As a civil attorney, Mary Margaret (Peggy) Bush brings 37 years of experience in business litigation and transactions to her practice, focused on the San Francisco and East Bay areas of Northern California. As a businesswoman, she has managed both for-profit and non-profit businesses. Ms. Bush has extensive experience as an arbitrator and mediator through long-time service on a number of arbitration panels, including the American Arbitration Association, Kaiser, and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. She was on the Mediation Panel of the U.S. District Court for years. With deep commitment to her community, she was executive director of the AIDS Alliance/Vital Life Services for over 10 years, a member of the Planning Council for the County of Alameda, and a Board member of the Alameda County Food Bank.
Her law office may be reached at 510.547.7454 or peggy(at)peggybushlaw(dot)com.
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