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Baker Donelson's Emerging Companies Practice Launches Southeastern Boot Camp Series

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(March 19, 2013) – Baker Donelson is launching a Southeastern Emerging Companies Boot Camp Series, a program that brings together successful entrepreneurs, capital investors and legal and accounting professionals for the benefit of the emerging company community.

Topics covered during the series will include labor and employment issues, real estate, contract basics, venture capital fundamentals, intellectual property essentials and taxation and accounting considerations in forming and running a business.

Baker Donelson is hosting these events across the Southeast as part of the Firm's Emerging Companies practice, which focuses on providing entrepreneurs with a basic and solid legal foundation, and empowering them to more effectively manage legal issues throughout the life cycle of their company.

"As part of our focus on emerging companies, our Southeastern Emerging Companies Boot Camp series will provide entrepreneurs in the Southeast with the information they need to make smart decisions about how to form their company and prepare it for long term success," says Chris Sloan, leader of the Firm's Emerging Companies team.

The series begins in New Orleans on March 22, as part of New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, and will continue in Knoxville on April 5, in conjunction with the grand opening of the Knoxville Entrepreneur Center. Future events will be held in Atlanta, Nashville and Memphis. More information on the series is available at www.southeasternstartups.com.

For more information on Baker Donelson's Emerging Companies practice, as well as an archive of the Firm's series of Entrepreneur Minute videos offering entrepreneur tips, visit http://www.bakerdonelson.com/emerging-companies/.

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