Law advice for startups
30. maj, 2017, at 13:45 /Tovarna podjemov, podjetniški inkubator UM
In the beginning of their journey, a lot of entrepreneurs walk in the gray area of the law. The majority doesn't do this on purpose, but this is due to a lack of law knowledge by startups and their founders. Too often, they believe advice and tips that are not checked and can cause them a lot of great problems.
So that you can stay law-abiding, we are organizing a workshop together with IUURI that will help entrepreneurs and startups answer the many law questions they face each day. So reserve the 30th of May at 14.00 and come to the Venture Factoy, where we will host the co-founders of IUURI, Jan Pečar and Miha Bratina.
We will talk about:
- traps, that startups can easily avoid,
- law side of business,
- how to establish a company in Slovenia and abroad,
- ESOP - flexible rewards with vesting shares, and
- what kind of contracts you should make with employees
There will also be enough time for a discussion and your questions. Due to the specific topic, you can send questions in advance to email@example.com, with the subject: "Question for the lecturers of the Law Advice workshop". You will get the answers as part of the open discussion, or individually after the workshop, depending on time.
After the event, we will also present opportunities that are available to you within the Digitrans project (digital transformation in the Danube region), which works on digital transformation in companies. The digital revolution doesn’t only influence production activities but also other sectors, such as services and trade. The goal of this project is to encourage small and medium-sized companies to define and apply their own digital business model.
Who is Jan Pečar?
Jan Pečar is an expert in intellectual property law. After graduating, he was employed by the collective organization and was later for almost four years employed the Outift7 Group, where he worked in the field of intellectual property and entertainment law. As cofounder of IUURI he is very practical at his work, he always responds to clients' needs in finding the appropriate solutions to their demands in every stage of a startup - from the garage to the multinational corporation. With his great experience, he is providing comprehensive assistance with a strategic approach that enables startups entering the market with minimal possible risk.
Who is Miha Bratina?
Miha Bratina graduated from Ljubljana’s law faculty Miha Bratina, finished a master's degree in Germany (Münster) and was a visiting doctoral student in Canada (Victoria). He started his career as a counsel at a company in the construction sector, later he counseled to one of the best law firms in Slovenia and was afterward employed as a legal counsel in the Outfit7 Group. Miha is an expert in commercial law. As a co-founder of IUURI he advised both domestic and international startups. With his great experience and his unique approach to solving legal challenges, he is one of the pioneers of adjusting Slovenian legal system to the needs of startups.
13:45 - 14:00 Registration and networking
14:00 - 16:00 Lecture and workshop
16:00 - 16:15 Q&A and networking