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Legal issues have the power to get an eager startup shut down before its product sees the light of day.
Already tasked with adapting to civilian life while building a company, veteran entrepreneurs especially could use some protections against lawsuits and other legal troubles.
That’s why Bunker Labs, a nonprofit that aims to provide a support network for vetrepreneurs, is hosting a chat with entrepreneurs and attorneys focused on how to shield a company against imploding in court.
Here’s the lineup of panelists at “Avoiding Legal Landmines,” happening Nov. 30:
- Dan Tobon, CEO of IVIK, Medicinal Cannabis Company
- Colby Smith, partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
- Bob Mascioli, partner at Saul, Ewing, Arnstein & Lehr
The nonprofit is now accepting applications for its 2018 Launch Lab Cohort, which kicks off in January.-30-
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