Join us Tuesday March 25th at the City Club of Buckhead for STU Host the Group. Nwa’ndo Ume-Nwagbo will discuss the pros and cons of using employees, independent contractors and/or interns to conduct business. 8:30am-9:30am. www.cityclubofbuckhead.com
AVAS Technology and Smithers Thornton & Ume-Nwagbo, LLC have prepared a program to inform attorneys of common security risks. More importantly, the Breakfast Briefing provides tips and guidance on how to limit the risks and remain compliant with professional rules of conduct as well as legal and ethical requirements applied by the Bar Association. Participants will receive CLE credit. The program is designed for small and midsized firms, as well as solo attorneys. EVENT CLOSED
Join STU and with Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (acecorporateform.eventbrite.com) on August 6th from 6-8pm. Are you trying to start a business, but want to learn more information about the process for setting up a business. Have dinner with Sharon Thornton of Smithers, Thornton & Ume-Nwagbo, LLC. Sharon Thornton has developed a “hybrid” corporate practice that focuses on intellectual property licensing, outsourcing, and comprehensive, multi-faceted contract review, drafting, and negotiation.
Join STU and Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (www.aceloans.org) Have Dinner with one of Georgia’s Rising Stars in the Metro Atlanta Area, Roxann Smithers of Smithers, Thornton & Ume-Nwagbo, LLC. STU provides comprehensive legal services to start-up, small, and mid-sized companies with a 360° approach. STU focuses on Commercial Litigation, Corporate Law, Employment Law, and Employee Benefits. Founder, Roxann Smithers, has a hybrid practice, including commercial litigation, premise liability, construction, contract review, negotiation, and general counsel services in state and federal jurisdictions across the country. Her professional mission is to educate entrepreneurs and small business owners.
STU in conjunction with Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs, invite you to “Ask the Professionals: Strategies to Manage the Human, Contractual, and Monetary Resources of Your Business”. This half-day workshop explores three types of resources a business may have (human capital, contracts, and third party funds) and discusses how to protect, manage, and use those resources. You will meet and interact with professionals working in each area, as well as business owners who are currently managing their people, obligations, and money with great results. www.AskTheProfessionals.eventbrite.com Flyer- Ask the Professionals