Join Us for a 12/16 Seminar - New Business Owners Won't Want to Miss


Seminar New Business Owners Won’t Want to Miss!

If you’re a new business owner or have started a new business venture this year, join The South Texas Business Lawyers from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 16 for a free virtual seminar with important information you need to know.

Hosting “The New Business’s Legal Checkup” is MSD Law, PLLC’s founding attorney, Matt Duke. Virtual attendees, who should register for the event, can expect Matt to delve into the legal decisions and risks business owners make with respect to their purpose (“why”), their values and principles (“how”), and their business strategies and operations (“what”).

Each of these factors can have a significant impact on a new company, and Matt’s complimentary virtual discussion should serve as food for thought for new and experienced business owners alike. He will also discuss items to consider with respect to the eight pillars of operation for high-performance organizations and their legal risks.

To register for this event, please click here.

About Matthew Duke

Matthew “Matt” Duke is a San Antonio-raised dad, lawyer, and entrepreneur. Matt is a J.D./MBA/M.S, Finance from the University of Alabama and has been practicing law for 12 years as a business transactional attorney.

Matt has extensive experience in deals ranging from entity startups, asset and stock sales, capital raising, and key contract negotiations. Matt has also been a part of deals in excess of $100M in total and has been the key negotiator in deals ranging from $10M to $10K helping businesses of all sizes.

Matt is a small business owner himself and has experience in healthcare, health and wellness, and technology startups at varying levels. Matt’s current clients include small/medium-sized businesses, in a variety of industries and in various stages of their life cycles, as well as a local Fortune 500 Joint Venture.

For more information about Matt, The South Texas Business Lawyers, or this event, please contact us online or call (210) 761-6294.

Disclaimer: This article is made available for educational purposes only, to give you general information and a general understanding of the law, not to provide specific legal advice. By using this article, you understand and acknowledge that no attorney-client relationship is formed between you and The South Texas Business Lawyers, nor should any such relationship be implied. This article should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed professional attorney in your state.
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