Brown Bag Presentation: "How to Get Paid"
You've worked hard to get the project and do the work but how do you make sure you actually get paid for your time and effort? This lunchtime presentation will provide valuable legal strategies for ensuring you get paid for your artwork or artistic services, as well as what legal remedies are available to you if someone does not. Our attorney presenters from Graham & Dunn PC will cover:
Strategies for structuring services contracts
Key contract terms to make sure you include
How to write an effective demand letter
Tips for navigating small claims court
How to actually collect on your judgment
Brian Endter is a business attorney with Graham & Dunn PC's Startup and Venture Capital group. He counsels entrepreneurs and emerging growth companies on general corporate and transactional matters, including corporate formation and governance issues, private equity and debt financings, mergers and acquisitions and other business transactions. He works regularly with clients in a variety of industries to draft and negotiate contracts related to their core business. These include agreements related to technology and intellectual property licensing and acquisition, partnering or other revenue sharing relationships, sales and distribution, manufacturing, OEM and outsourcing.
Claire Molesworth is a member of Graham & Dunn PC's commercial litigation department. Claire's practice focuses on banking, real estate, and natural resource litigation. Her experience with bank clients includes workout and collection matters, regulatory investigations, and lender liability matteers. Claire is also experienced in handling a variety of business disputes. Claire is actively involved in the arts community in Seattle and is a member of the Board of Directors of Artist Trust and former volunteer for ArtsFund. Prior to attending law school, Claire worked as Director of Events & Marketing for Seattle Arts & Lectures.
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