RALEIGH, NC - Revolution Law attorney, Henry Kopf, presented at Raleigh (Triangle) Hacking the Law on October 28th on The Art of the Start for Tech Companies. The event featured a chance for entrepreneurs to engage with a local attorney on startup business issues including intellectual property protection, contractual provisions, and fundraising options.
The event was hosted at Campbell University School of Law and organized by Professor Kevin P. Lee. The goal of the monthly series, led by Professor Lee, is to promote collaboration amongst entrepreneurs, lawyers, hackers, thinkers, disruptors, and innovators on the emerging issues of law and technology.
The Art of the Start for Tech Companies provided attendees with an opportunity to ask specific questions and discuss obstacles to avoid as they build out their idea. “Given Henry’s first hand experience growing and successfully exiting with his own start up company, he is an excellent resource in the Triangle community for entrepreneurs to hear from. Henry has ‘been there and done that,’ which gives him a unique opportunity to provide context around the legal and business principles that he shares with entrepreneurs.”
Raleigh (Triangle) Hacking the Law meets on a monthly basis and each meeting focuses on a different issue in the area of law and technology. For more information and a chance to attend the next event, please see the following link for more details: Raleigh (Triangle) Hacking the Law.