UC College of Law, Duke Energy to host free legal clinic for local businesses

The Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic (ECDC) at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and the Duke Energy Law Department are offering their annual Free Legal Advice to Better Your Business event to support local community businesses, start-ups, and entrepreneurs. The event will be held from 3-7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 17,  at the College of Law, located at the corner of Clifton Avenue and Calhoun Street. 

Entrepreneurs can register for a 30-minute consultation with an attorney to discuss one of the following topics: contracts, business start-up, litigation/dispute resolution, real estate, tax/employee benefits, environmental, labor/employment, non-profit, trademarks/copyrights or patents.  Free parking is available at the U Square West Garage.

Businesses can pre-register online at law.uc.edu/legaladvice or by contacting Lori Strait at 513-566-0117 or lori.strait@uc.edu.  Walk-ins are also welcome.

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