Experts in Residence with Michael D Schlesinger, Attorney
Thursday, October 10, 2013 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM (CDT)
Chicago, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Experts in Residence program offers valuable opportunities for entrepreneurs to meet established professionals one-on-one to discuss business ideas, seek advise or simply have a conversation about starting and growing a business.
20-min Individual slots are available for business owners, startups and others considering to start a business.Please arrive at the start time of the slot you signed up for
Michael D Schlesinger, Attorney
Michael is the Director of the Business Transactions Externship Program at John Marshall Law School. He teaches Corporate Law and Transactional Law and Representing the Business Client at the law school. Previously he was a member of the Chicago law firm of Robbins, Salomon & Patt, Ltd., where his practice concentrated in the field of transactional law, principally on the organization, capital structure, financing and ongoing representation of business entities; the purchase and sale of commercial and multi-family residential real estate properties; litigation strategy; and real estate and business succession planning.
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Illinois SBDC at UIC
The Illinois SBDC at UIC is committed to help businesses start, grow and prosper. Through our Business Start and Business Growth programs, the Illinois SBDC at UIC provides entrepreneurial training and consulting to Chicago's business community.
In the past the past decade we have served over 2000 entrepreneurs who launched 200 new businesses, creating 2600 jobs and securing over $85 million in funding. With a specialty in Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the IL SBDC at UIC is your business resource for entrepreneurial success.
The Illinois SBDC at UIC is funded and supported by the UIC College of Business Administration, Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration.