“Entrepreneurship and the Law” is the topic of the 5th Annual Entrepreneurship Summit at UNC Pembroke.
Sponsored by the UNCP’s Thomas Family Center for Entrepreneurship and the School of Business, the 2013 E-Summit is Thursday, April 4, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in UNCP’s Regional Center at COMtech.
The full title of the summit is “Entrepreneurship and the Law: Practical Considerations.” Special guest speakers are attorneys Timothy L. McNeill and Beau Lafayette Epperly.
A 1988 UNCP graduate, McNeill earned a law degree from the University of Iowa School of Law. He is a candidate for his Master of Laws degree in law and entrepreneurship from Duke University School of Law. He also earned a Master of Healthcare Administration from UNC-Chapel Hill.
McNeill practices law in the Research Triangle Park and specializes in civil litigation and business law.
Epperly is co-founder and legal counsel of TriVino L.L.C., a start-up company that provides supply-chain management solutions for small and midsize wineries in California. He earned a Master of Laws degree in emerging-growth companies and venture capital from Duke University. He is a graduate of California Western School of Law and is a member of the California State Bar.
“We have some outstanding special guest speakers who are experts in the field of entrepreneurship and the law,” said Dr. Mike Menefee, UNCP’s Thomas Family Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship. “The event is free and free legal advice is invaluable. It will be a worthwhile investment of time for entrepreneurs and students alike.”
For more information about the E-Summit, please contact the Thomas Family Center for Entrepreneurship at 910.775.4208 or email email@example.com.
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