Freelance 101: Dispute Resolutions

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Freelance 101: Dispute Resolutions

How to Protect Your Business in Various Disputes

By Freelancers Hub

When and where

Date and time

Monday, June 12 · 3 - 4:30pm PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

If you're a freelancer, entrepreneur, or small business owner, you have likely had a dispute with a client. If you haven't yet, this is an opportunity to proactively learn how to handle these types of situations when they inevitably arise.

Whether it was a minor miscommunication or a much larger issue, knowing how to resolve disputes successfully is critical to long-term business success.

Join the Path team for a conversation on how to navigate difficult conversations and resolve disputes in the best way possible.

Key learning outcomes:

  • Learn about the different types of disputes and issues that can arise for freelancers in the U.S.
  • Learn about different dispute resolution strategies including negotiation, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”).
  • Learn about how to proactive prevent disputes by employing various business tools and policies.

About the instructors:

Dave Ugelow is a co-founder of Path and a New York-based attorney who has been practicing transactional and corporate law for over 10 years. Most recently, Dave was head of the Legal Team for a digital media and entertainment company in New York where he oversaw the tools and processes to manage to the company’s freelancer workforce, among other responsibilities. Dave has advised many entrepreneurs and businesses at all different stages of growth. He also teaches a course at Brooklyn Law School on supporting growth stage companies and he is on the board of a nonprofit technology startup where he handles all legal matters for the business.

Todd Rabideau is a co-founder of Path and a senior financial analyst who has worked on Wall Street for over a decade. His specialty is leveraged finance, with a focus on the debt side, which includes everything from leveraged loans and high yield bonds to transaction structuring, CLOs, and bankruptcy and restructurings. Todd has also worked with many small business owners and entrepreneurs to consult on various financial, accounting, and tax topics. He has built financial forecasting models for businesses, helped entrepreneurs build out their accounting practices, and, more recently, has been working in the crypto space, helping a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) with their financials.

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