Do It In Durham is a series of events taking place in the Region of Durham from 13 to 17 November 2017. This series is in celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Every event is an opportunity to network and grow your business and your knowledge. There is a rich eco-system of support, funding and entrepreneurial resources for businesses.
If you do not have a contract for your clients and suppliers stop now and come to this event!
Contracts are often an ‘overlooked’ item when starting a business, however it is one of the most essential pieces you need for your business. Having a contract that sets the expectations of both parties will help protect you as you build your business and can stop you falling into the pitfalls of clients not paying and possibly suing you.
This workshop will give you an overview of what to include in your contract such as deliverables, timelines and expectations. Having a contract that has been though through and reviewed by a lawyer will give the ability to proceed bringing on more clients and build your business with confidence.
About the Presenter:
Eva Chen received her Bachelor of Laws from Queen’s University in 2007, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2008. Prior to law school, Eva explored a science career at the University of Toronto, where she received an Honours Bachelor of Science with high distinction before embarking on her Ph.D. studies under the tutelage of a world-class cancer researcher at the University of Toronto. Since her graduation from law school, Eva has practiced in many areas of business law: business agreement drafting and negotiation, commercial and residential tenancy, all aspects of employment law, complex commercial litigation, debt collection, residential to commercial real estate transactions, and wills and estate planning.