Taft partner Peter S. Nealis will lead a discussion at the Tampa Code Camp on the basic legal issues entrepreneurs should consider when starting a business. Topics will include:
- Choice of entity
- Capital structure
- Required legal documents
He will place a particular emphasis on capital formation, including structuring a company in a manner that is most likely to attract outside investment capital.
The Code Camp will take place on Oct. 28 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at Keiser University. Nealis’s discussion will run from 11:00-11:50 a.m. For more information, visit here.
Nealis represents businesses and their owners in connection with all aspects of the mergers and acquisitions process, and he counsels clients on a wide variety of general corporate and business matters, including intellectual property protection and licensing. He also represents many private businesses, including start-ups and emerging growth companies, in their initial capital raising ventures and subsequent private placements and has substantial experience in the area of partnership and limited liability company formation and governance, and related tax issues. Nealis is licensed in Ohio and Florida.
About Tampa Code Camp
Code Camp is a free community event where developers learn from each other. Code Camp is affiliated with TampaDev, a non-profit organization focused on the Tampa Bay area tech community. It hosts and organizes the Tampa Code Camp each year in addition to several smaller events throughout the year. TampaDev also hosts a monthly Azure user group and is working to provide the members of the broad developer community a single and centralized resource to finding meetings, user group information, events and resources for its user group leaders.