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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Seminar Reminder: Restaurant Management Bootcamp 2.0 - Legal Considerations when Opening a Bar or Restaurant

This Thursday August 28, 2014 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. I’ll be giving a seminar in the Restaurant Management Bootcamp 2.0 Series that is hosted by NYC Small Business Solutions.  The Course Description is copied below:

Restaurant Management Bootcamp 2.0: Legal Considerations when Opening a Bar or Restaurant
An insider look at tips, tricks, and best practices to start your first restaurant in NYC, presented by Restaurant Attorney James D. DiPasquale.  To start and run a successful restaurant you must understand many different legal considerations which make operating in New York City, particularly unique.  Whether you are a new or existing restaurant owner, this special follow-up to the Restaurant Management Bootcamp class will help you gain a deeper understanding of all of the basic requirements to get your business up and running.

• Incorporating or forming a Limited Liability Company (pros/cons of each)
• Partnership Considerations (The legalities of dealing with your business partners and investors)
• Finding  your restaurant space (Buying an existing restaurant vs. straight lease)
• Negotiating your Restaurant’s lease
• Liquor License overview
• General discussion on permits needed (food service/cabaret/sidewalk café, etc.)

To Register, click on the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/restaurant-management-bootcamp-20-lower-manhattan-82814-registration-12727886451


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